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LIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 



Founded 1899 




Conestogan 1986 

Elizabethtown College 

Elizabethtown, PA 17022 





Volume XXXV 




Kathy Stadler 




Bridget Rommal 


Editor 


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10 The times of your life 





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14 The times of your life. 




The times of your life. 15 




16 The times of your life. 




The times of your life. 17 




IGH?Y« 



Today is not yesterday; we ourselves 
change; how can our Works and Thoughts, 
if they are always to be the fittest, contin- 
ue always the same? Change, indeed, is 
painful; yet ever needful; and if Memory 
have its force and worth, so also has Hope. 

Thomas Carlyle 




Showing up is 80 percent of life. 

— Woody Allen 



Seniors 



19 






Jill Abood 
Computer Science/BIS 



Christine Achenbach 
Occupational Therapy 



Steven Adams 
Political Science 





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Joseph Albanese 
Chemistry 



Margaret Albert! 
Social Work 



Aleli Almario 
Psychology 




John Aman 
Business Admin. Marketing 



20 Abood-Aman 




Jeffery Bair 
Accounting 



Wesley Baker 
Political Science 



Christopher Baldrige 
Business Marketing 






Randi Baldwin 


Randall Bankert 


Julia Bannister 




Music Education 


Business Administration 


Biology 








Anderson-Bannister 


21 





Stephanie Barto 
Communications/Public Relations 



Elizabeth Bauer 
Communications 



Michael Beaver 
Business Administration 






Joel Bechtel 
Communications 



Betsy Bender 
Communications 



Amy Benner 

Elementary Education 








Robin Bittenbender 


Pamela Blake 


Daniel Rlunck 




Occupational Therapy 


Music Education 


Computer Science BIS 


32 


Barto-Blunck 








Jeffery Boyle 
History 



Carol Brecht 
Business Admin. Management 



Linda Brecht 
Communications 



Booth-Brecht 23 




Katy Brown 
Elementary Education 



Michael Bruno 
Marketing 



Teresa Bubnis 

Biology Chemistry 





Rhonda Burke 
Social Work 



Pamian Buntside 
Marketing 



Bonnie Burrell 
General Science Biology 



24 Brown Burrell 






Douglas Campbell 
English 



Bonnie Carew 
Communications 



Jacqueline Carson 
Biology 






Wendy Cazort 
Early Childhood & Elementary Education 



Kathryn Charles 
Math 



Kathryn Cheeks Ringgold 
Early Childhood Education 







Peter Christ 
Elementary Education 



Robert Christ 
Communications 



Elizabeth Connelly 
Social Work 







Patricia Costa 
Elementary Education 



Nancy Cottrell 
Elementary Education 



Dave Cressman 
Management 






John Cromer 
Accounting 



Claudine Crooks 
Music 



Lharles Crumling 
Biology 






Michele D'Andrea 


Jill Dahmer 


Cynthia Daub 




Business Administration 


Business Admin. Marketing 


Business Administration 








Costa-Daub 


27 









Annette Davis 
Occupational Therapy 



Sandy DeCarlo 
Business Administration 



Diane Dillon 
Accounting 





Linda DuBois 
Marketing 



Brian Dye 
Marketing 



Dawn Eaby Balcom 
Occupational Therapy 





Elizabeth Eastwood Zeigler 
English 



Charles Ebersole 
Business Administration 



Thomas Edglev 
Biology 



28 Davis-Edgley 




Claudette Evans 
Elementary Education 



Joan Everett 
Computer Science 



Douglas Farlev 
Business Administration 



Engle-Farley 29 






Laura Fecile 
Accounting 



Jay Ferris 
Management/Marketing 



Kristen Fink 
Elementary Education 






Donald Fitzkee 
Sociology 



Angela Fogle 
Occupational Therapy 



Susan Follert 
Early Childhood Education 






Elizabeth Dauenheimer 
Occupational Therapy 



James Foresman 
Chemistry 



30 Fecile-Foresman 




Keith Foxe 
Political Science 



April Frusher 
Music Therapy 



Jo Anne Funk 
Social Work 






Lisa Gafgen MacMain 
Elementary Education 



Ingrid Gaither 
Communications 



Sally Garber 
Political Science 



Fox-Garber 31 






Daniel Garner 
Accounting 



Randall Garner 
Business Administration 



David Germann 
Biology 






Peter Gialloreto 
Communications & Music 



Kevin Glass 
Accounting 



Shira Goldman 
Psychology 








Susan Good 


Elizabeth Granruth 


Richard Gregory 




Business Management 


Communications 


History 


33 


Garner-Gregory 








Michael Hahn 
Computer Science 



Keith Hall 
Business Administration 



Vivian Hann 
Business Marketing 



Hackenberger-Hann 33 




Donald Haughton 
Economics 



Robert Hedrick 
Computer Science 



Kay Ann Heltzel 
Occupational Therapy 





Marjone Henise 
Business Management 



Steven High 
Business 



tllen Hoflman 
Occupational Therap\ 



34 Harrison Hoffman 





Lisa Hoffman 
Occupational Therapy 







Robin Idler 
Elementary Education 



Edward Jenkins 
Business Admin/Economics 



John Hosier 
Business Administration 



Gerry Jacobs 
Social Work 




. 




Karen Hubler 
Business Education 





Laurie Jacoby 
Elementary Education 



jtti*; 







Patricia Johnson 
Chemistry/Med Tech 



Judy Judd 
Occupational Therapy 



David June 

Computer Science BIS 







John Kennedy 
Computer Science 



Robin Kilpatrick 
Business/ Accounting 



Jennifer Klein 
Early Childhood Education 






David Klinger 
Business Administration 



Daniel Kohler 
Management 



Pamela Koontz 
Occupational Therapy 






Patti-Jeanne Kramer 
Communications 



Beth Kreider 

Communications 



Pamela Kroninger 
Computer Science BIS 



Kennedy-Kroninger 37 





Kelly Krumenacker 
Business Marketing 



David Krupa 
Math 



Duane Kuhn 

Political Science 






Tanja Kyle 
Computer Science/BIS 



Carl LaMastra 
Accounting 



Jennifer Lachnicht 
Political Science 








kimberly Lease 


John Lesniewski 


Kimberly Levitsky 




Communications 


English 


Communications 


38 


Krumenacker-Levitsky 








Maxann Lord 
Business Education 



Margaret Lorenzen 
Music Therapy 



Doreen Lowder-Wallen 
Computer Science BIS 



Lindner-Lowder Wallen 39 






Teresa Lunz 
Occupational Therapy 



Steven Macdonald 
Business Administration 



Scott Mackenzie 
Management 






Karen MacNeel 
Management/Communications 



William Mack 
Computer Science 



Alida Mantz 
Business Admin. Economics 




Jean Mark 
Business Admin Marketing 



40 Lunz-Mark 




Beth Martin 
Psychology 



Kathleen Martin 
Psychology 



William Matson 
Political Science 






Lori Mattei 
Business Administration 



Richard McAllister 
Business Admin. Management 



John McDonnell 
Business Admin. Management 



Marlatt-McDonnell 41 






Gerard McHale 
Communications 



Kathleen McKenna 
Business Admin./Business Education 



Paul McMurtrie 
Business Administration 






Rob McMurtrie 
Business Administration 



Laura Mertikas 
Biology 



Jane Meyer 
Political Science 





Kay Miller 
Sociology 



Mariann Miller 
Business Admin. Personnel Management 



Theodore Miller 
Business Admin. Computer Science 



42 McHale Miller 




Sylvia Moot 


Daniel Morris 


Ruth Moyer 




Music Therapy/Music Education 


Communications 


Elementary Education 








Monteith — Moyer 


43 




David Newcomer 
Business Administration 



Brian Nicklaus 
Business Admin. Management 



Rosemary Nissely 
Computer Science BIS 








Deborah Noonan 


Maria Pantano 


IMIchad Parker 




Biology 


Occupational Therapy 


Accounting 


44 


Murtagh-Parker 








David Parry 
Communications 



Suzanne Patton 
Occupational Therapy 







Douglas Peters 
Business Administration 



Lisa Phillips 
Occupational Therapy 



Frederick Phillipy 
Accounting 



HflHMH 




Lynda Piekarski 
Business Marketing 






Thomas Pifer 
Business Administration 



Susan Pretto 
Accounting 



Jeffrey Price 
Biology 




\1.ir\ Race 

Business Admm Marketing 






Janet Rayeur 
Business Admin. /Finance 



Eric Reber 
Physics 



Dianna Reed 
English 






Joanne Reeser 
Communications 



Beverly Reeves 
Early Childhood Education 



Michelle Regn 
Computer Science 






Vincent Reigle 


Joann Rentz 


David Richard 




Accounting 


Occupational Therapy 


Biology 








Rayeur-Richard 


47 






Stephen Roberto 
Business Administration 



Constance Rodgers 
Business Management 



Lori Romano 
Accounting 






Cynthia Sagolla 
Music Therapy/Music Education 



Nancy Scaff 
Computer Science/Business 



Larry Scheurich 
Computer Science 






Jack Schlottman 
Communication! 



Cindy Schrader 
ButineM Management 



Kim Schropp 
Religion Philosophy 



48 Roberto-Schropp 




Mark Shade 


Louann Sheaffer 


Susan Sidler 




Communications 


Sociology /Anthropology 


Business Administration 








Schwarti-Sidler 


49 





Susan Sikes 
Social Work 



Daniel Smith 
Chemistry/Physics 





Susan Smith 
Occupational Therapy 



Susan Smith 
Elementary Education 





Glenda Smith 
Computer Science/Math 




Richard Souders 
Business Administration 






I 



John Spangler 
English 



50 Sikes-Spangler 




Kathleen Stadler 
Occupational Therapy 



Denise Stark 
Occupational Therapy 



John Steinbach 
Business Marketing 






Lynda Stone 


Todd Stonesifer 


Lynda Swan 


Elementary Education 


Accounting 


Music Therapy 






Speitel-Swan 51 






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Scott Sweren 
Business 



Kenneth Sylvia 
Business/Economics 



Lynne Taroski 
Biology 






Dawn Thomas 
Occupational Therapy 



Sharon Tushup 
Computer Science 



Sunday Umaru 
Sociology 







James Van Metre 


Amy Van Saun 


Susan Van Street 




History 


Psychology 


Chemistry Med Tech 


52 


Sweren-VanStreet 








Debra Walker 
Business Administration 



Brian Walter 
Economics Finance 



Joan Weaver 
Accounting 



Waddell-Weaver 53 




Dennine Weissert 
Communications 



Carol Welsh 
Social Work 



Rose Wenger 
Social Work 






Jay Wiedeman 
Business 



Steven Williamson 
Political Science 



Lisa U ilhn^; 
Biology 



54 Wehry - Willing 






Jane Wilson 
History 



Paul Wilson 
Biology 



Jennifer Winters 
Music Therapy 






Michelle Woodbury 
Occupational Therapy 



Frank Workman 
History 



Karen Wrona 
Chemistry/Med Tech 







Bonnie Youngblood 
Business Marketing 



Laura Youngcourt 
Elementary Education 



Robert Zackowski 
English 






Robyn Zenger 
Elementary Education 



Christopher Zercher 
Accounting 



Bruce Zimmerman 
History 




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Senior Directory 



JILL LOIS ABOOD 

900 Endicott Ave. 

Cinnaminson. NJ 08077 

Computer Science Club, DPMA, SAM, Lacrosse 

Club. Outdoor Club. Tour Guide. Big Brother /Big 

Sister 

"Tomorrow is a path I've yet to choose. 

its a chance I've yet to lake, 

a friend I've yet to make. 

it's all the talent I have yet to use. 
Tomorrow is a dream that leads me onward. 

always just a step ahead of me . . . 

it's the joy I've yet to know, 

the love I've yet to show. 
for it's the person I've yet to be." 

CHRISTINE L. ACHENBACH 
247 Walnut Street 
Lemoyne. PA 17043 

English Club. Occupational Therapy Club. Out- 
door Club. R.A. '84-'85. P.C. '83- '84. Intramural 
Volleyball 

"Words cannot express the love and apprecia- 
tion I feel towards faculty and staff (esp. in the 
OT dept.) who have directly and indirectly made 
an impact on my life, both personally and profes- 
sionally. A special thanks goes to my family and 
friends (and a special family who falls in be- 
tweenl) who were there for me always. My future 
plans are to practice OT and perhaps to continue 
my education while leading a full and satisfying 
life." 

STEVEN J. ADAMS 
14 Apple Street RD»3 
Annville. PA 17003 
SAPA, Republican Club 

JOSEPH A. ALBANESE 

7030 Remington Court Unit #101 
Woodbridge. IL 60517 

SAACS. Student Senate. Intramural Softball. Jays 
Nest Student Manager. Alpha Annex Switch- 
board 

"Let me leave you with one thought; Nothing is 
waste that makes a memory." 

— N. Rorem 
My future plans are to attend the University of 
Delaware to hopefully be awarded a PhD in chem- 
istry. 

MARGARET E. ALBERTI 

240 S View Drive 

Delran. NJ 08075 

Social Work Club. R.A. 

"My future plans include graduate school work. 

Mike, and PD. Thanks E-Town." 

ALELI ESTRELLA ALMARIO 
229 Westover Drive 
Cherry Hill. NJ 08034 

SAM. International Club. Psychology Club. PSI CHI 
Honor Society. Photography Club. Brethren Col- 
leges Abroad. England 

JOHN K. AMAN. JR. 

RDol Box 395 

Chadds ford. PA 19317 

Ober Dorm Council, Intramural Sports. "The Rose 

Garden, one hot spot. Is the floor still standing? 

Miss you tons and tons this year B.J. Thanks for 

all the memories E-Town. Anyway!!" 

SUSAN L. ANDERSON 
317 Spalding Road 
Wilmington. DE 19803 

JEFFREY SCOTT BAIR 
157 W. High Street 
Elizabethtown. PA 17022 

Accounting t Finance Club 

WESLEY BAKER 

Box 40RD»I 

Martmsburg. PA 16662 

Republican Club. SAPA. Resident Hall Central 

Committee, Pi Sigma Alpha 

CHRISTOPHER W. BALDRIGE 
3218 Oxford Or. S. 
Alleniown. PA 18104 

Swim Team. Student Senate. Central Dorm Coun- 
cil. Campus Life Council. Brinscr Dorm Council. 
Homecoming Committee. STEP. Grease" 

RANDI LYN BALDWIN 

239 Chestnut Valley Drive 

Dovlesiown. PA 18901 

Ml NC S TIP. Campus Fellowship. Education Club. 

Chorale. Orchestra. Choral Union 

"Music should kindle the dcvinc flame in the hu 

man heart I intend to start applying for teaching 

lObsand will be getting married in August I9S6 



RANDALL DEAN BANkERT 

308 Oak Lane 

Gettysburg. PA 17325 

SAM, Soccer. Ober Dorm Council 

JULIA A. BANNISTER 

2101 Kline Street 

Lebanon, PA 17042 

Biology Club. Softball Team. Outdoor Club 

"My future plans are to work in environmental 

studies." 

STEPHANIE LYNN BARTO 
1346 Barrowdale Road 
Rydal. PA 19046 

Photography Club. Founders Dorm Council. Intra- 
murals. Society for the Advancement and Moti- 
vation of Late Graduates. Chess Club. Squash 
Club. Lake Placida Canoe Club 

ELIZABETH ANN BAUER 
1459 Clover Road 
Camp Hill. PA 17011 

Freshman Class Vice-Pres.. Etownian News Edi- 
tor, WWEC. APB. WICI 

MICHAEL K. BEAVER 

27 Amy Street 

Sunbury. PA 17801 

Varsity Basketball. Accounting £ Finance Club 

JOEL A. BECHTEL 

234 Roosevelt Ave. 

Boonton. NJ 07005 

Ober Dorm Council. Central Dorm Council. TV 

Club. WWEC, WWEC TV. Communications Dept. 

Chairman's Advisory Committee 

"Thanks for the years I've enjoyed and a future 1 

can look forward to." 

BETSY ANN BENDER 

203 Drum Ave., South 

Pasadena. MD 21122 

WWEC. Conestogan, WICI. SCJ. History Club. Phi 

Alpha Theta. Moving Images/Talk of the Towns. 

IA8C. Varsity Tennis Team 

"These have been the best of times. These have 

been the worst of times. I'll never forget you B.S., 

L.H.. J.E.. L.J.. and T.L." 

AMY LYNNE BENNER 

RD«2 Box 150-G 

Cochranville. PA 19330 

S.T.E.P., Etownian Co-Editor-in-Chief 

"I would like to teach for a few years, and then 

perhaps go into administration." 

"My four years here at Elizabethtown have been 

years of growth. 1 will always look back on them 

with great fondness. Thanks to all of the friends 

and mentors that have helped me along the way" 

ROBIN M. BITTENBENDER 
1702 Patricia Court 
Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 

Occupational Therapy Club. APB. S.T.E.P., Cones- 
togan, Peer Counselor. Junior Class Executive. 
"E-Town has provided me with an opportunity to 
grow and to make many lasting friendships and 
memories. Thank You to everyone who has made 
it possible." "Long live the Gable Gits of $&" 

PAMELA JAN BLAKE 
1904 Fairview Ave. 
Easion. PA 18042 

Alpha Mu. M.E, N.C.. Chorole. Intramural Volley- 
ball. Concert Band. 

DANIEL S. BLUNCK 
I3|7 Lakewood Road 

Manasquan. NJ 08736 

Student Senate, RA, Ober Dorm Council 

JANE E. BOOTH 

17 Crestwood Drive 
Chatham, NJ 07928 

APB. Sam Club. Founders Dorm Council. Account- 
ing Finance Club. Senior Class Executive Com 
mi t lee. 

"My memories of Green Gables and E-Town will 
always remind me of the special friendships that 
I have had. Good Luck to tveryonef 

CYNTHIA M. BOWERS 

14 Mylin Avenue 

Willow Street. PA 17584 

Sam. Delphi Society. APB. Accounting Finance 

Club. Student Senate. 

JEFFREY D. 80YIE 

1501 Nisslev Road 

landisville. PA P538 

Scuba. History Club. APB. Peer Counseling. Circle 

K 

CAROL A BRECHT 
401 Ryers Ave 



Cheltenham. PA I9CH2 

Intramural Softball & Volleyball. Swim Team. Peer 

Counselor. 

Thanks to all the great friends I have made at E 
town." 

LINDA A. BRECHT 
22 Frog Hollow Rd. 
Churchville. PA 18966 

Class Officers — Fr. So, £ Jr.. WICI. Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Delphi Society, Alpha Psi Omega. SCJ. 
Sock n' Buskin. Men's Basketball Statistician. 
Manager 

JAMES E. BROWN 
812 Newhall Road 
Kennett Sq.. PA 19348 
KATY PORTER BROWN 
158 Ancon Ave. 
Pelham. NY 10803 

Cross Country. Volunteer Club. Brethren Col- 
leges Abroad. England. Campus Fellowship 
MICHAEL D. BRUNO 
56 Treaty Dr. 
Wayne, PA 19087 

TERESA M. BUBNIS 

625 Williamsburg Rd. 
Lansdale, PA 19446 

Diving Team, Chemistry Club. Biology Club. Out- 
door Club 

RHONDA J. BURKE 
43 Eastwood Drive 
Verona. NY 13478 
REMEMBER" Spirit of the Lounge. Burp : Tire ; 
Vinnie I, Vinnie II: Slob Weekj Clowni Magnet: It's 
Time ; Love Triangle. Sunset lo Sunrise: Jeepi 
Speedyi Chicken; Ketchup; Indoor Precipitation: 
R.R.. T.H.. Chest Shot: Calif. Thunder Alley and 
Plate. 

DAMIAN BURNSIDE "PIGMY" 

4050 Farm Dr. 

York. PA 17402 

Basketball. Show Band. Library Aide. Party Club 

Member of Six Pack Q.A. Club, Dean Show fan 

Club 

"Life Ambition: Never live more than 30 feet 

from a bar." 

BONNIE BURRELL 

RR3 Box 405 

Glen Gardner. NJ 08826 

Biology Club. Dorm Council 

DOUGLAS MALCOLM CAMPBELL 

91 South President Ave. 

Lancaster. PA 17603 

Vice President of Campus Forum. Advocates For 

Peace. International Student Club, Co-President 

of English Club 

BONNIE LEE CAREW 
10 Red Oak Dr. 
Ocean View. NJ 08230 

Marketing Club. WWEC. Etownian. Mens Basket- 
ball Statistician 

Future Plans, "To go into Public Relation, be suc- 
cessful and very happy " 

JACQUELINE J. CARSON 
605 Park St. 
Waynesboro. PA 17268 

Swim Team. Cross Country Team Manager. Con- 
cert Choir. Brethren Student Fellowship — Cabi- 
net, Peer Counselor, Freshman Orientation Staff. 
Biology Club. Student Affiliates of the American 
Chemical Society 

WENDY SUZETTE CAZORT 

103 Mananville Rd. 

Aston. PA 19014 

Education Club. Circle k. Tutoring Center 

KATHRYN SUSAN CHARLES 

3 Jenkins Dr. 

Dowmngiown. PA 19335 

Peer Counselor. Math Club. Computer Sctence 

Club. Intramural Soccer. BCA to England. Dorm 

Council. Yearbook sport* editor. Tutor Math As 

stMant My future plans arc to go to graduate 

school tor engineering ." 

KATHRYN CHEEKS RINGGOLD 
5063 Derby Cf. .?I04 
Alexandria. \\ 22311 

MICHAEL CHILDERS 
"'OGreenview Drue 
Wcfl Dover, Dl 19001 

PETER J CHRIST 
126" Miller Road 
PotKlown. PA 19464 
Basketball. Intramural* 



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ROBERT B. CHRIST 
54 Perennial Lane 

Willingboro, NJ 08046 

Varsity Baseball. Wrestling, Founders Dorm 

Council. Central Committee. Etownian Opinions 

Editor, WWEC Programming Director. Disc 

Jockey. Conestogan. Concerned Students on the 

Near Left 

"I came, I saw. I wish I could do it again." "Thank 

you Mom and Dad and thank you God." "My 

aspirations include a career In broadcasting, the 

pursuit of happiness and the meaning of life." 

ELIZABETH M. CONNELLY 

160 Parkview Road 

Stratford. NJ 08084 

Social Work Club - Vice President. Women's 

Varsity Field Hockey, Alcohol Awareness Club — 

Treasurer. Intramurals, Banquet Manager. 

GREGORY L. COONEY 

41 Dunvegan Road 

Baltimore. MD 2028 

Newman Club. Concert Choir, Concert Band. 

Choral, APB/Senate Fireworks Chairman. MENC. 

Alpha MU, Alpha PSY. Campus Theater. 

CHRISTINE LOUISE COPPA 
1918 Shore Road 
Linwood. NJ 08221 

Peer Counselor. R.A.. Psychology Club. English 
Club. BCA 1985. Campus Theatre. "My future 
plans include attending graduate school for coun- 
seling psychology." 

JUDITH A. CORONA 

34 Kohomo Ave. 

Erial. NJ 08081 

Senior Class Sec. R.A.. "GREASE". Conestogan. 

Etownian. Biology Club. "HARVEY", APB 

PATRICIA M. COSTA 
34 Sherwood Road 
kenilworth. NJ 07033 

Education Club. SAM. Intramural Soccer "Memo- 
ries of Etown will always bring to mind special 
friends and friendships." 

NANCY COTTRELL 

25 Livingston Drive 

Trenton. NJ 08619 

Senior Class Treas.. Education Club 

DAVE CRESSMAN 
20 East Union Street 
Richlandtown, PA 18955 
Tennis Team. Intramurals 

JOHN DAVID CROMER 

621 Country Club Road 
York. PA 17403 
Accounting/Finance Club. R.A. 

CLAUD1NE P. CROOKS 
274 Garry Drive 
New Britain. CT 06052 

Orchestra. Campus Fellowship. Choral Union, 
S.T.E.P., Concert Choir. M.E.N.C. BCA — Eng- 
land, Chorale. 

CHARLES LEE CRUMLING 

176 Prospect Street 

Hellam. PA 17406 

Biology Club. Pre-Health Professions Club. Alpha 

Lambda Delta 

MICHELE ARLENE D'ANDREA 
470 Diamond Spring Road 
Denville. NJ 07834 

S.A.M. Club. Marketing Club "Always remember 
the great times on 2-West and all the crazy 
things we all did! Thanks everyone, for a fantas- 
tic college career." 

JILL ALWAYNE DAHMER 

5 N. Jackson Ave. 

Wenonah. NJ 08090 

Marketing Club, SAM, Brethren College Abroad 

— England. 

CYNTHIA ELIZABETH DAUB 

140 Elm Ave. 

Hershey. PA 17033 

SAM Club. Etownian — Ad Manager 

ANNETTE LYNN DAVIS 

125 Cambridge Rd 

king of Prussia. PA 19406 

Etownian, Conestogan, Swim Team. Pi Theta Ep- 

silon. Occupational Therapy Club. Intramurals. 

Peer Counselor. 

"Gables Gits and honorary member. CB You are 

"OSM'I The memories will never fade and true 

friendships will last forever! Best of luck to the 



class of '86 — look out world, here we come! Mom 
and Dadi I could not have done it without you — I 
Love youl" Future Plans: "My future plans are to 
do and be the best I can, and find my niche in 
life!" 

SANDY DE CARLO 
1415 Boyer Blvd. 
Nornstown, PA 19401 

Marketing Club, Dorm Council. SAM. Yearbook 
Staff. Volunteer's Club "It was the best of times. 
It was the worst of times — but we made it and 
the memories will be with us forever. A special 
thanx to my family and friends who stood by me 
— I Love you!" 

DIANE J. DILLON 

3 Prospect Avenue 
Burlington. NJ 0806 

Account ing/F inance Club, Cheerleadmg. Society 
of Collegiate Journalists, Yearbook Staff. Resi- 
dent Assistant. APB. Dorm Council Intramural 
Sports. SAM 
"To be successful in the business worldl" 

LINDA M. DUBOIS 

47 East Pine St. 

Audubon. NJ 08106 

American Marketing Association/Marketing 

Club. SAM. Photography Club 

BRIAN DYE 

1148 Wisteria Drive 

Malvern. PA 19355 

DAWN EABY (BALCOM) 
1775 Eden Rd. 
Lancaster. PA 17601 

ELIZABETH P. EASTWOOD-Z1EGLER 
3745 Jonas Drive 
Landisville. PA 17538 

International Club. English Club. Etownian. Breth- 
ren College Abroad — England. Future Plans; 
"Grad School, to go on Safari." 

CHARLES W. EBERSOLE 

226 W. Walnut St. 

Souderton. PA 18964 

APB. Central Dorm Council. Founders Dorm 

Council. Chairman — Big Brother — Big Sister 

Program. 

THOMAS E. EDGLEY 
23 Nichols Rd 
Pompton Plains, NJ 07444 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Delphi Society. Student Sen- 
ate. Biology Club. Scuba Club. APB, Pre-Health 
Professional Club 

BECKY LENORE ENGLE 
Box 3A RD»I 
Bainbridge. PA 17502 

Alpha Lambda Delta. Pi Theta Epsilon. Dean's 
List. Who's Who in American Colleges & Univer- 
sities. College Scholar. Concert Band, Chorale. 
Campus Fellowship, Occupational Therapy Club. 
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the 
Forum" 

ANDREW T. EVANS 

2301 Oakwood Rd 

Harnsburg. PA 17104 

Intramural Basketball. Football, Softball. & Soccer. 

"Barney". "Party at Bedrock. What Fire Alarm" 

CLAUDETTE ANN HARMAN EVANS 
337 S. Market St. 
Elizabethtown, PA 17022 

Education Club. Peer Counsling. Scuba Club. Fu- 
ture Plans: "I will be teaching elementary school 
in Pensaeola Florida" 

JOAN EVERETT 
III Windcrest Drive 
Camillus, NY 13031 

S.T.E.P., Campus Gold. Computer Science Club 
"I'll always remember my friends (LH. BS. BB. LJ. 
TL. RN, RB» and the great times we've had with 
Siarsky and Hutch, salads and white boatneck 
sweaters. I never would have made it without you 
guys, thanks." 

DOUGLAS E. FARLEY 

3131 Andrea Avenue 

Harnsburg. PA 17109 

S.A.M. Club. Theatre Tech w Shelly. "Good luck 

lo the good old boys of D-l." 

LAURA ANN FECILL 

4 Knollwood Drive 
Sinking Spring. PA 1960S 

Accounting Club. S.A.M. Club. Modern Language 

Club. Alpha Lambda Delta 

"A very special thank you to three very impor- 



tant people . , . Mom. Dad. and Kathleen. I could 
not have made it without you!" 

JAY PATRICK FERRIS 
232 Hazelwood Avenue 
Middlesex. NJ 08846 

KRISTEN BETH FINK 

R.D.a3 Box 3268 

Hamburg, PA 19526 

Education Club President, Volunteer Club. Cam 

pus Gold. Big Brother/Big Sister Day. Choral 

Union. College Rand 

DONALD R. FITZKEE 

R.D.R6 Box 190 

Manheim. PA 17545 

Opinions Editor of Etownian. International Club, 

Concert Choir, Chorale, Collegians. 

ANGELA DARLENE FOGLE 
7916 Worman's Mill Rd. 
Frederick. MD 21701 

O.T. Club (Jr. Class Rep.. Refreshment Chairper- 
son. Update Editor). Concert Choir (Vice Pres., 
Librarian). Campus Fellowship. Brethren Student 
Fellowship (Newsletter Editor). Religious Life 
Committee. Religious Life Bulletin Board. Intra- 
mural Volleyball. 

"1 plan to pursue a career in physical rehabilita- 
tion and maybe someday work towards a mas- 
ter's degree." 

"A big thank you to Mom and Dad for giving me 
the opportunity to spend four years of my life 
learning and growing at Elizabethtown." 

SUSAN ELIZABETH FOLLERT 
33 Lake Ave. 
Montrose. PA 18801 
Ed. Club. APB 

JAMES B. FORESMAN 
RD #1 Box 404 
New Columbia. PA 17856 

President — Student Senate. Corresponding Sec- 
retary — Delphi Society. SAACS, Alpha Lambda 
Delta — Secretary. 

STACEY FOX 
387 Swimming River Road 
Tinton Falls, N.J. 07724 

Sam Club V.P.. APB. Dorm Council. Banquet Man- 
ager. Student Assistant, Peer Counseling. S.T.E.P. 
"I will always remember the best of times with 
the best of friends I've had here at E-town. Off to 
make my mark in the world — Gotta find my 
corner in the skyl" 

KEITH J. FOXE 
25 W. 64 St. 
N.Y.. N.Y. 10023 

College Democrats; Sergeant at Arms. SAPA: 
Treasurer. Rugby Club, Intramurals. Campus Fo- 
rum. Etownian. Founders Club. 
"Tu recte vivis, si curas esse quod audis — " Hor- 
ace 

"Is it too early to order another Gimlet ?" "\ shall 
always remember the wild jazz nights at the Cot 
ton Club and those frenzied parties at Mr. Ling's 
opium den. Seriously though, future plans include 
International travel, political office and world 
domination. 

APRIL LORRAINE FRUSHER 

Rt 5 Box 281 

Hagerstown. MD. 21740 

Circle K, Concert Choir. Alpha Mu (President). 

Choral Union. M.E.N.C. 

JO ANNE FUNK 
45 Brandt Blvd. 
Salunga. PA. 17538 

Sociology Social Work Club. Psychology Club. 
Campus Fellowship. Volunteer at Lancaster Rape 
Aid and Prevention. 

"A special thanks to God lor leading me here and 
pulling me through. Also to friends and instruc- 
tors who helped me become a stronger, better 
person" 

"So many learning experiences bringing joy and 
pain, fun and challenges, struggles and growth, 
doubts and certainty." "I will enjoy serving oth- 
ers with the skills and love that I have to share." 

LISA GAFGEN MAC MAIN 

32IA Marshall St. 

Kennett Square PA. 19348 

Secretary of Freshman. Sophomore, and Junior 

Classes. Resident Assistant 

INGRID GAITHER 
83^6 Jacobs Rd. 
P.O. Box 344 
Severn. MD. 21144 



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SALLY J. GARBER 

3653 Brisban St. 
Harnsburg. PA. I7III 

Society for the Advancement of Political Aware- 
ness, (Secretary, President), Big Brothers and 
Sisters, Alpha Psi Omega. Forensics. 

DANIEL T. GARNER 

419 Hamilton Street 
Lancaster. PA. 17602 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society (Treasurer), 
Delphi Honor Society, Commuter Council — 
(Vice-President). Accounting/Finance Club, So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management. 
Newman Club 

"I plan to work in a Certified Public Accounting 
firm and attain my CPA." 

RANDALL ERIC GARNER 

41 Sunset Ave. 

Manheim. PA. 17545 

President — Commuter Council. "Plan to pursue 

a career in advertising." 

DAVID J. GERMANN 
99 Austin Dr. 
Holland. PA. IS966 

AP8 President, APB Film Chairman. Biology Club. 
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Softball, Dining 
Hall Student Manager. "Get a job in field studies. 
Marry greatest girl in the world — Amy!! Live on 
a mountain." "Was this really necessary?" 

PETER GLALLORETO 

2330 West Chester Road 

Coatesville. PA 19320 

Alpha Psi Omega — Pres.. Sock-n-Buskin — Pres.. 

Campus Theatre. Concert Choir. Concert Band. 

MfcNC. Jazz Band. STEP. Orchestra. WWEC. The 

fctownian. Forensics. Talent Show 

kEVIN M. GLASS 

415 Kent Drive 

Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 

Accounting Club. Intramurals, Extern Program 

SHIRA GOLDMAN 

122 Chapel Ave. 

Cherry Hill. NJ 08034 

Psychology Club. Photography Club. Concepts of 

Hillel — - Pres., Intramurals 

SUSAN E. GOOD 

2029 William Penn Way 

Lancaster. PA 17601 

SAM. Founder's Dorm Council, Student Senate. 

Scuba Club 

ELIZABETH C. GRANRUTH 

Box 427 RD«2 Woodbine Road 

Delta. PA 17314 

Photography Club — V.P.. WICI. SAM, Moving 

Images, Conestogan 

"Thanks Mom and Dad. Aunt Betty and Uncle 

Tom." 

RICHARD H. GREGORY 
8 Canterbury Lane 
Westfield. NJ 07090 

History Club, English Club. Literary Magazine. In- 
tramurals, Game Show Contestant 

HEIDI L. HACKENBERGER 
RD3I Box 241 
Thompsontown. PA 17094 

SAM. Women's Varsity Volleyball. STEP. Modern 
Language Club, Banquet Manager. Tutor. Intra- 
murals. APB. Volleyball Marathon "Live life to its 
fullest with a perpetual and contagious smile." 

DIANE JILL HADLEY 
37 Pmewood Drive 
Neptune, NJ 07753 
Education Club — Treas.. APB 

MICHAEL R. HAHN 
1059 Hillsdale Road 
Vliddtetown, PA 17057 

Commuter Council. Computer Science Club 

KEITH D. HALL 

225 02 114th Ave. 

Cambria Heights. NY II4II 

RA. Obcr Dorm Council — Pres, SAM — Treas.. 

Intramurals 

VIVIAN R. HANN 
1901 Yardley Road 
Yardley. PA 19067 
APB. Stage Crew, Intramurals. Outdoor Club 

DAVID E. HARRISON 
1406 Regency Circle 
Harnsburg. PA 17110 
Biology Club. Pre Health Professions 
M> iuturc plans include medical school and hap 
pines*. Life is like energy, don't waste it. 



DONALD W. HAUGHTON 
2611 Rose Valley Drive 
Ft. Washington. MD 20744 
Scuba Club. Varsity Soccer 

R08ERT B. HEDRICK 

667 S. Ridgeview Road 

Elizabethtown, PA 17022 

Computer Science Club. Scuba Club. Captain and 

Coach of Men's Volleyball Club 

KAY ANN HELTZEL 
110 Pipe Creek Road 
Linwood. MD 21764 

OT Club — Jr. & Sr. Co-chair. Brethren Student 
Fellowship. Deputation Team Coordinator. Cam- 
pus Fellowship, Commuter Bible Study Leader. 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Delphi Society, Pi Theta Ep- 
silon. College Scholar 

MARJORIE A. HENISE 

311 Ridge Road 

Annville. PA 17003 

SAM, Conestogan. Peer Counselor, Softball, Etow- 

nian 

STEVEN D. HIGH 
1826 New Holland Pike 
Lancaster, PA 17601 

Computer Science Club. Community Service with 
Elizabethtown Ambulance 

"My future plans include seeking a position in 
business administration relating to computer sci- 
ence or health science." 

ELLEN MARY HOFFMAN 
57 Richmond Ave. 
Paichogue. NY 11772 
Women's Varsity Volleyball 

LISA KAY HOFFMAN 
528 West Main Street 
Mt. Joy. PA 17552 

Student Senate. Homecoming Coordinator, Aca- 
demic Council — Sec. Alcohol Awareness Club 
— Sec, Alcohol and Drug Peer Educator. Peer 
Counselor. APB. Tutor. Delphi Society. Alpha 
Lambda Delta. College Scholar. Pre-Health Pro- 
fessions. OT Club, Volunteer Club. Jr. S Sr. Class 
Executive Committee 

"Thanks to Orchard for the GREATEST year ever! 
Because . it's my house and my color tv!! Ya 
know Ruth. I hate when that happens you know 
like when you take a cheese grater ..." 

JOHN CHARLES HOSIER 
527 S. Middletown Road 
Media. PA 19063 

SAM, Intramurals. Dorm Council, Caving Expedi- 
tion 

KAREN ELIZABETH HUBLER 
1109 Linwood Ave. 
Collmgswood. NJ 08108 

Women's Varsity Softball. SAM. Marketing Club. 
Intramurals 

"Here's to good friends. 2-West. "The House". 
Spring Break "85." 

ROBIN MARIE IDLER 
10(4 Hawthorne Lane 
Fort Washington. PA 19034 

Swimming. Field Hockey. Founder's Dorm Coun- 
cil. Education Club. Intramurals. Homecoming 
Court. Conestogan. Society for the Advance- 
ment of Late Graduates. Lake Placida Canoe 
Club. Bird Watching Club 

GERRY JACOBS 

Dey Road RD#3 

Cranbury. NJ 08512 

Social Work Club — Pres.. RA. Field Hockey 

Thanks to all those people who have made the 
past four years special Mom. Tom and Kevin, 
you're the Best!" 

LAURIt JACOBY 
Box 168 RDffl 
Mohrsville. PA 19541 
Education Club. STEP 

EDWARD S. JENKINS 

348 East Green Street 

Naniicoke. PA 18634 

Senior Class Pres., Men's Volleyball 

PATRICIA JOHNSON 

35 Blueberry Lane 

W illingboro. NJ 08046 

Pre Health Professions. Biology Club. APB 

JUDY MAE JUDD 
32 Delaware Ave. 
New Providence. NJ 07974 



Concert Band. Brass Ensembles, Peer Counseling. 
Campus Fellowship, Admissions Tour Guide 

DAVID ALAN JUNE 

17 Ichabod Lane 

Niantic CT 06357 

Computer Science Club. APB, Peer Counselor, 

Brinser Dorm Council — Treas.. Outdoor Club. 

RA Selection Committee 

PATRICK K. KANE 

151 S. Spruce Street 
Birdsboro. PA 1950S 

Wrestling. Cross Country. Photography Club, 
Computer Science Club. Big Brother and Big Sis- 
ter 

SUSAN ANNE KARAFFA 
481 Braddock Drive 
N. Huntingdon. PA 15642 

Pre-Health Professions. Tutor. OT Club. APB, 
Campus Fellowship. Outdoor Club. STEP, Circle K, 
Jr. t Sr. Class Executive Committees 
"Life is a mixture of sunshine and rain, teardrops 
and laughter, pleasure and pain. We can't have all 
bright days but it's certainly true — there was 
never a day the sun didn't shine through!" 
"Thanks to all my friends and especially to my 
sister and parents who have made my college 
years so bright!" 

JOHN F. KENNEDY "JFK" 
Berkshire Lane Apt. 512 
Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 
Basketball 

"Destined to be a Yuppy." 

R08IN LEA KILPATRICK 

RDS5 Box 126 

East Strousburg, PA 18301 

Conestogan, Alumni Phon-A Thon, Dorm Council. 

Student Manager in Caf. Young Republicans, key 

stone Collegiate, Accounting Finance Club 

JENNIFER LEE KLEIN 

206 Mt. Bradford Way 

West Chester. PA 19382 

Education Club. Student Senate, SACC. STEP. 

Choral Union. Intramurals 

DAVID HARRISON KLINGER 
RDH4 Box 4072 
Pottsville. PA 17901 

SAM — VP. College Republicans — Chief of Staff. 
Newman Club. SAPA Club, Student Forum. Intra- 
murals 

DANIEL J. KOHLER 

1000 Woodview Lane 

West Chester. PA 19380 

SAM — Public Relations Officer 

PAMELA KAY KOONTZ 

167 Oberholtzer Road 

Elizabethtown. PA 17022 

OT Club. ASCOTA Delegate. Alcohol Awareness 

Club. APB. Pre-Health Professions 

"Now Laur. Remember, when we go flying in our 

bus, watch out for the communist spy planes!" 

PATTI- JEANNE KRAMER 

59 Fairmont Ave. 

Kingston. NY 12401 

Concepts of Hillel. Royer Dorm Council. Blue Jay 

Mascot. WWEC. Etownian. Religious Life Com 

mitiee. Ethiopian Action Team, SAPA 

BETH MARIE KREIDER 

39 B. Main Street 

Annville. PA 17003 

Marketing Club. Varsity Tennis. Basketball 

Coach at EAHS 

"My future plans are to work in the business field 

applying my communications skills " 

PAMELA L. KRONINGER 

RD I Box I7| 

Mertztown. PA 19539 

Computer Science Club. Pre Health Professions. 

STtP. rounder s Dorm Council. Intramurals 

"If I should ever go away, close your eyes and try 

to feel the way we do today 

KELLY ANN KRUMENACKER 

Lucas Road RD»3 

Phoemxyille. PA 19460 

SAM. Marketing Club. Photography Club 

DAVID ANTHOM KRUPA 
M f Jackson Street 
McAdoo. PA 1823* 

Math club. Student Assistant in Math Dep' 
III .ilways remember the PARTY, the pleasure 
dome, the Garden 85 and Ron. Ernie and the 
boys." 



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DUANE P. KUHN 

RD«I Box 56 

Millford. PA 18337 

Outdoor Club. Intramurals, Ober Dorm Council 

"Keep on shoolin' WAHOOI" 

TANJA L. KYLE 

220 Mount Joy Street 
Mount Joy, PA 17552 
Campus Fellowship, Computer Science Club 

JENNIFER ANNE LACHNICHT 
24 Thornhiil Road 
Cherry Hill. NJ 08003 

Swimming. Founder's Dorm Council. Student Sen- 
ate. Senior Class VP. Judicial Board. SAPA. Etow- 
nlan — Photo Editor 

"My future plans include going to paralegal 
school, getting a job. being a success, and enjoy- 
ing life. Special thanks to my parents. Kar-bear, 
Baylou, HLR. Lo-Lo. and the zany B-2 crew, love 
you all!" 

CARL ALFONSO LAMASTRA 
80 Sycamore Road 
Clark. NJ 07066 

SAM. Accounting/Finance Club. Etownian — 
Business Manager. Search Committee for Ac- 
counting Professors, Brinser Dorm Council, Alco- 
hol Awareness. Outstanding RA. Head Resident. 
Intramurals, Drug and Alcohol Peer Educator 
"My future plans include a career in accounting. 
Thanks for all the support Mom. Dad, and Sis!" 

KIMBERLY ANN LEASE 
114 Barrington Court 
Palmyra, PA 17078 

RA. WWEC — Operations Director, Disc Jockey, 
Student Engineer. Board of Directors. Supervisor. 
Treasurer, Society of Collegiate Journalists. 
WIG. Peer Counselor, Annual Fund Phone-A- 
Thon, Varsity Tennis Team, Dean's List of Honor 
Students. APB 

JOHN LESNIEWSKI 
5265 Strathmore Drive 
Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 

Soccer. High St. Productions, Elizabethtown Ski 
Club 

"My future plans include turning professional. 
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro- 
fessional." 

KIMBERLY ANNE LEVITSKY 
1007 E. Germantown Pike 
Norristown, PA 19401 

ANDREA J. LINDNER 
SOS Glen Street 
Chambersburg. PA I72CH 

OT Club, STEP. Campus Fellowship. Peer Counsel- 
or, RA. Central Dorm Council. Intramurals "Hu- 
mana, Humana, Humana" 

WILLIAM K. LONGACRE 

8 N. Jefferson Ave. 

Wenonah. NJ 08090 

RA. Tennis Team. WWEC. SAM 

MAXANN LORD 
108 South Second Street 
Denton. MD 21629 
Royer Dorm Council 

MARGARET ELISE LORENZEN 
2080 Maple Street 
Wantagh. NY 11793 

MENC, Alpha Mu. Concert Band — Pres. Little 
Boozers, STEP — Music Director. Outdoor Club. 
Dance Marathon. Choral Union 
"Music is the Universal Language of Mankind. I 
would like to get a masters in music education 
and work on Long Island as a teacher and organ- 
ist." 

DOREEN LOWDER WALLEN 
400 E. Cherry Street Apt. 6 
Elizabethtown. PA 17022 

TERESA A. LUN2 
H.C.-I3 Box 140 
Williamsport. PA 17701 

OT Club, Pre Health Professions. ACS. RA. Lab 
Assistant. Intramurals, Conestogan, Admissions 
Tour Guide. Drug and Alcohol Club. Student Sen- 
ate. Volunteer Club/ I "To all my friends and 
profs; Thank you for making these four years at 
E town the best of my life. I have grown and 
developed in so many ways. Thanks for the sup- 
port you've all given me. And a very special 
"thank you" to Mom and Dad who sacrificed so 
much of themselves to make this all possible for 
me. I love you Mom and Dad." 



STEVEN JOHN MACDONALD 
307 S. Orange Street 
Carlisle. PA 17013 

Wrestling. Intramurals. Social Organizer 
"My future plans include working at M»Z Car- 
pets." 

SCOTT W. MACKENZIE (CHAZ) 
609 Wade Ave. 
Horsham. PA 19044 

Show Band. Library Aid. Member of the Six Pack 
O.A. Club. Dean Shaw Fan Club 
"Life Ambition — To never live more than thirty 
feet away from a bar." 

KAREN LOUISE MACNEEL 
402 Lawnton Road 
Willow Grove. PA 19090 

Concert Band, Jazz Band. PA Intercollegiate 
Band, SAM. Intramurals. APB — Special Events. 
Delphi Society — Treas., Distinguished Junior. 
College Scholar 

"I will always hold the memories of my friends, 
teachers, experiences, and a special person at 
Elizabethtown among my most precious 
thoughts. Thank you. together we created a spe- 
cial time of learning, loving, laughter and growth. 
Special thanks Mom and Dad for ALWAYS being 
there! To college ... to life!" 

WILLIAM J. MACK 

68 Hoffman Road 

Ellington. CT 06029 

RA, Photography Club — Pres.. Big Brother/Big 

Sister, Conestogan — Photo Editor. Computer 

Science Club 

"Love can always grow, but it never can be taken 

away." 

ALIDA MANTZ 

6030 Cherry Hill Road 

Harrisburg, PA I7III 

JEAN FAYE MARK 
126 E. Main Street 
Mount Joy, PA 17552 

Student Senate, Marketing Club. Commuter 
Council 

SUSAN L. MARLATT 
75 Summer Street 
Hingham. MA 02043 

SAM. Dorm Council. Psychology Club — Sec. "So 
many faces in and out of my life 
Some will last 

Some will just be now and then 
Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes 
I'm afraid it's time for goodbye again" l3Joel "To 
my special friends-. Thanks for sharing this mo- 
ment in my life. I'll see you at the Bellevue Strat- 
ford!" 

BETH ANNE MARTIN 
652 E. Main Street 
Ephrata. PA 17522 

Psychology Club. Modern Languages Club. Field 
Hockey, Concert Choir, STEP, Chorale. Alpha 
Lambda Delta. College Scholar. Brethren Student 
Fellowship 

KATHLEEN MARTIN (KITTY) 
RD# 5 Box 444 
Georgetown, DE 19947 

Concert Band, APB. Circle K. Psychology Club, 
Campus Forum 

"Lately it occurs to me what a long strange trip 
it's been." — G.D- "My future plans include ex- 
ploring the ends of the earth and the recesses of 
the mind." 

WILLIAM S. MATSON 
5046 Erbs Bridge Road 
Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 

Swim Team, SAPA, College Democrats — VP. 
Campus Forum. RA Selection Committee. APB 
"My future plans include going to graduate 
school in the Washington area and to be content 
with wherever life leads me." 

LORI MATTEI 

480 Vicki Drive 

Bridgewarer. NJ 08807 

Founder's Dorm Council. SAM. Cafeteria Student 

Manager. Tutor 

"Janet and Connie. th3n\ for four great years! 

Remember: lets go out — for a change, no sorry I 

have to workll And ah. I'll clean it up tomorrow. 

Love Ya!" 

RICHARD E. MCALLISTER 

8431 Discovery Blvd. 
Walkersville. MD 21798 

Delphi Society — Pres., Accounting Finance 
Club Pres.. SAM. Intramurals 
My future plans include graduate school." 



JOHN E. MCDONNELL 
528 N. Irving Ave. 
Scranion, PA 18510 
SAM. Marketing Club 

GERARD J. MCHALE 
29 Fulton Street 
Piuston. PA 18640 

Conceri Band. Freshman Summer Orientation. 
APB. Volleyball Marathon, Dance Marathon, 
STEP, Etownian, Ober Dorm Council. WWEC 
"My future plans include relocating to the Lan- 
caster area and work for a large entertainment 
firm. Thanks E-town. I'll miss you all." 

KATHLEEN MCKENNA 

RD« I Box 558 

Dingmans Ferry, PA lSi2$ 

Field Hockey. Marketing Club. SAM, Education 

Club "I would like to give my sincerest thanks to 

my parents and Laura. You have given me four 

years I will never forget." 

PAUL WENRICH MCMURTRIE 

149 Conestoga Boulevard 

Lancaster. PA 17602 

Soccer Team. SAM 

ROBERT F. MCMURTRIE 111 

149 Conestoga Boulevard 

Lancaster. PA 17602 

Varsity Soccer, Intramurals. Stage Crew 

LAURA ELLEN MERTIKAS 

1201 Chestnut Ave. 

Ocean. NJ 07712 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Biology Club, Pre Health 

Professions Club. SAACS, Alcohol Awareness 

Club 

JANE EMILY MEYER 

428 W. Maple Street 

Palmyra. PA. 17078 

Women's Basketball — Captain. Founder's Dorm 

Council, Elizabethtown College Democrats — 

Secretary. SAPA. 

KAY ELAINE MILLER 
RD #2 Box 284 
Newville. PA. 17241 

MARIANN MILLER 
76 Lazy Brook Acres RD »4 
Tunkhannock, PA. 18657 

Royer Dorm Council Treasurer and Representa- 
tive 

THEODORE WILLIAM MILLER JR. 

113 Ruland Road 

Selden. NY. 11784 

Outdoor Club 

WILLIAM M. MONTEITH JR. 

4202 Ridge Drive 

Harrisburg. PA. 17109 

Biology Club. Pre-Health Professions Club. Scuba 

Club 

"I'd just like to say thank you to my friends and 

family for their support through the good as well 

as the bad." 

"Jim and Bill Licht Beaux" 

"My future plans are. hopefully, medical school." 

VALORIE MONVILLE MOSSBURG 
217 A West Main Street 
Leola. PA. 17540 
Alpha Kappa Delta 

SYLVIA ANN MOOT 

Box 206 Summit 

Summit. N.Y. I2P5 

Alpha Mu — Senior Chapter Representative, 

BCA. Concert Choir. Chorale. Campus Fellowship 

DANIEL P. MORRIS 

Lower State Road 

North Wales. PA. 19454 

Varsity Baseball — Captain. Varsity Soccer. SAM 

Club. Video Gub 

RUTH ANNE MOYER 
525 Hilltop Road 
Myerstown. PA. 17067 

Campus Fellowship. APB, Alcohol Peer Educator. 
Alcohol Awareness Club — President. Education 
Club — Secretary. Choral Union 
"Thanks to Orchard, for all the greatest memo- 
ries! Always remember. YOU LOOK MARVEL- 
OUS Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love and 
support the last four years. Connie and Lisa. 
thanks for all those great times and never forget 
it's fun being a retard in the back se3i 

HEIDI BRINTON MURTAGH 

RPs6 Valley Road 

West Chester. PA. I93S: 

Photography Club. SAM Club. Dorm Council. APB 



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DAVID LEE NEWCOMER 
1179 Twin Lakes Drive 
Harrisburg. PA. I7III 

Computer Council — Treasurer. Computer Sci- 
ence Club 

BRIAN M. NICKLAUS 
6 Springhouse Road 
Lancaster. PA. 17063 
Outdoor Club. SAM Club 

ROSEMARY NISSLEV 

RDS3 Box 843 

Mount Joy. PA 17552 

Computer Science Club — VP. APB. Intramural 

Volleyball and Soccer. Concert Band "Thanks for 

all the great times Al. West. APT. NW. 

My future plans are to make the most with what I 

have!" 

DEBORAH ANN NOONAN 
II Manker Drive 
Florham Park. N.J. 07932 

Biology Club. Pre-Health Professions Club "Fu- 
ture plans include Pharmacy." 

MARIA CHRISTINE PANTANO 

423 Corbin Road 

York. PA. 17403 

Alpha Lambda Delta — President. OT Club — 

Class Rep.. POTA Rep.. Secretary. OT Newsletter 

Editor 

MICHAEL LAWRENCE PARKER 

273 Schooner Road 

Manahawkin. NJ. 08050 

Accounting Finance Club. Intramural Football. 

Basketball. Volleyball. Softball. "Hey Dude". "Oh 

My God" 

DAVID PARRY 

6129 Brookmont Drive 

Baltimore. MD. 21207 

WWEC — Station Manager, Society of Collegiate 

Journalists — Treasurer. Swim Team — Diver 

SUZANNE PATTON 
524 Skylark Drive 
Toms River. N.J. 08753 

Cross Country and Swimming Captain. Baseball 
Statistician, OT Club. Inter-Varsity Campus Fel- 
lowship 

LISA JANE PEARCE 
26 Shoemaker Street 
Forty Fort. PA. 18704 

Social Work Club. Dorm Council. Central Dorm 
Council. Intramural Sports "Myer 2- West exper- 
iences. Come 2 the Wild West and Party!-. B-3 late 
night dance parties B-3 and 2-West camping 
tripsi My strange and crazy love for D.B.; The big 
move off Campus to "The House": And most of all 
my friends, v esp. S.S.)" 

DOUGLAS PETERS 
442 Park Ave. 
Berkeley Heights. NJ 07922 
Varsity Soccer — Captain. SAM. Finance Ac- 
counting Club 

LISA MAE PHILLIPS 

87 El Reno Ave. 

Nazareth. PA 18064 

Occupational Therapy Club. Intramurals 

FREDERICK C. PHILLIPY 

RD »2 Box 222 

Bernville. PA 19506 

Alpha Lambda Delta. SAM. Accounting Finance 

Club. Intramural Volleyball 

LYNDA ANN PIEkARSKI 

500 West Street 

Garwood. NJ 07027 

SAM. Marketing Club. Intramural Soccer 

THOMAS H. PIFER 
4602 Coventry Road 
Harrisburg. PA H09 
Swim Team. RA 

SUSAN CAROL PRETTO 

112 Pine Grove Road 

Berkeley Heights. NJ 07922 

APB. SAM. Accounting Club. Computer Science 

Club. Alpha Lambda Delta. Scuba Club Sec . 

Friendship Fire Dept.. Campus Fellowship. RA 

JEFFREY J PRICE 

309 Ellis Road 

Haverlown. PA 19083 

Intramurals. Biology Club. Pre Health Proles 

sions. College Democrats. Outdoor Club 



RICK PRICE 

1139 Pheasant Drive 

Carlisle. PA 17013 

JANET LYNN RAYEUR 

202 Third Street 

Boiling Springs. PA 17007 

Field Hockey. SAM. Accounting/Finance Club. 

APB. Intramurals 

ERIC HYLTON REBER 

101 Watercress Lane 
Elizabethtown. PA 17022 

Concert Band. Jazz Band. STEP. "GREASE". Soci- 
ety of Physics Students. Student Senate. Alpha 
Lambda Delta. Scuba Club. Clarinet Quartet. Pep 
Band. MENC 

DIANNA KAY REED 

121 W. Hummelstown Street 

Elizabethtown. PA 17022 

JOANNE C. REESER 

627 Grantham Road 

Grantham. PA 17027 

RA. WWEC — Station Manager. Concert Band, 

WICI. SCJ 

BEVERLY JUNE REEVES 
2048 Fortune Road 
Glenside. PA 19038 

Education Club. Intramural Volleyball "I plan to 
get married in August 1986 and teach in the Phila- 
delphia area." 

MICHELLE ALEXIS REGN 
18 Poplar Street 
Mt. Holly. NJ 08060 
Computer Science Club. STEP 

VINCENT REIGLE 
750 S. Third Ave. 
Lebanon. PA 17042 

JOANN M. RENTZ 

Box 34 

Christiana. PA 17509 

Occupational Therapy Club. Volleyball Team 

DAVID S. RICHARD. Ill 

6 Canter Circle 

Newark. DE 19711 

APB. Biology Club — Pres.. Scuba Club — Pres.. 

ACS. Lip Sync Contest 

"Can you pass the whojie?" "Good Luck to the 

men and friends of D-3 Basement!" 

STEPHEN SAMUEL ROBERTO 
935 Bush Street 
Bridgeport, PA 19405 

SAM. Accounting Finance Club. D-l Club. Intra- 
mural Basketball. Baseball — Captain 

CONSTANCE RODGERS 

81 Green Lane RD a| 

Frazer. PA 19355 

Marketing Club. APB — Exec. Board. SAM. Ex- 

ternship. Peer Counselor. Founders Dorm Council 

LORI ANN ROMANO 
58 Grist Mill Drive 
Kings Park. NY 11754 

Accounting Club. Marketing Club. SAM. APB. In- 
tramurals 

CYNTHIA LOUISE SAGOLLA 

1456 Durham Road 

Pcnndel. PA 19047 

College Community Orchestra Concertmistress. 

Varsity Cheerleading. Alpha Mu VP. Newman 

Club — VP. MENC. Religious Lite Council. College 

String Quintet, STfcP Orchestra Mistress. Her- 

shcy Symphony Orchestra 

"I plan to begin immediate graduate work in y io 

lin performance and become a certified Ortt 

kodaly specialist." "Whenever God shuts a door. 

somewhere he opens a window " 

NANCY ANN SCAFF 
Lee's Hill Road RD "I 
Basking Ridge. NJ 0"9X'> 

Computer Science Club. APB. Senior Class E xecu- 
tive Committee. USVBAR Intramural Volleyball 
"Likes the beach. Maine, skiing and our larm 
Green Gables '86 The best ol Iriemis Thanks 
Mom and Dad. I will treasure these four years." 

LARRY G SCHfcURICH. JR. 

102 Wheatland Park Lane 
Lancaster. PA 17602 

Men's Volleyball Club Pros . Brinser Dorm 

Council Pres.. Peer Counselor. Intramural V ol 
leyball. Basketball. Softball. Soccer 

JOHN PATRICk SCHIOI IMAN 
886 New York Ave 
Hclk-rtown. PA 18055 



Varsity Basketball. RA. Etowman — Sports Edi- 
tor. WWEC — News and Sports Director 

CINDY L. SCHRADER 
RD »2 Box 81 
Slatington. PA \KS^ 
SAM Club 

KIMBERLY M. SCHROPP (KIM) 

203 S. Fifth Street 

Lebanon. PA 17042 

"... am not like other birds of prey." 

"I will treasure the friendships made while at 

school, both profs and colleagues. I'll miss good 

old Rider Hope Hall-Mecca for birds as well as 

musicians. Hope I get to India?" 

MARGARET M. SCHWARTZ 

9234 Moonfire Place 

Columbia. MD 21045 

"College Memories: Halloweens. Hall Decorating 

and Rats." 

TIMOTHY JOHN SEIFERT 
2935 Stoney Creek Road 
Norristown. PA 19401 

SAM. Accounting Finance Club. D-l Club. Intra- 
mural Football. Basketball 

MARK HANSON SHADE 
901 N. Orange 
Shamokin, PA 17812 

WWEC — DJ. Soph, and Jr. Class Pres.. Commu- 
nications Representative. Student Senate. Com- 
munications Department Chairman's Advisory 
Committee. Vince Fontaine — Musical: GREASE. 
Intramurals. Operat ions Manager — WWEC. Pro- 
motions Director — WWEC 

LOUANN MARIE SHEAFFER 
103 Third Street 
Liverpool. PA 17045 
SAM. Scuba Club 

SUSAN J. SIDLER 

RD »2 Box 598 

Danville. PA 17821 

SAM. Marketing Club. Photography Club 

SUSAN EMILY SIKES 

17 Wyn Court 

Frederick. MD 21701 

Social Work Club — Chairman 

DANIEL A. SMITH 

131 West Broad Street 

New Holland. PA 17557 

Epsilon Theta Epsilon — Pres., SACCS — V. Pres.. 

Soccer. Choir. Campus Fellowship 

GLENDA L. SMITH 
37| E. Piltsfield Street 
Pennsville. N.J. 08070 

Photography Club — Treas.. Math Club — Secre- 
tary. Student Senate Representative. Computer 
Science Club. Society of Collegiate Journalists. 
Intramural Softball 

SUSAN LOUISE SMITH 
16 Berkshire Drive 
Berkeley His.. NJ. 0~922 

R.A.. Peer Counselor. Education Club. BCA Eng- 
land 1985. Student Senate. Conestogan. Chorale. 
Volleyball Marathon Chairman 

SUSAN SMITH 

Box 640 Lackawack Hill Road 

Napanoch. N Y. 12458 

Occupational Therapy Club. Intramural Sports. 

Cross Country 

RICHARD J. SOUDERS 

1230 Union Street 

Lancaster. PA 1760 

Founders Dorm Council. Republican Club — 

Treas.. and Chairman. Student Security. Intra 

murals. SAM Club. Marketing Club. Accounting 

Finance Club 

JOHN SPANGIER 

56" E- Hummelstown Si. 

Elizabethtown. PA T022 

MARK SPEITEL 

"I? wilson Drive 

Lancaster. PA l"603 

SAM Club. Activities Planning Board 

KATHLEEN MARIE STADLER 

641 "s Second Street 

Steelton. PA 171] 

Occupational Therapy Ckjb. Pre Health Profes 

sions. Conestogan Editor in Chief. APB 

My lulurc plans include becoming a registered 
therapist AnA hopefully work in the lield ol phy s 
ical rehabilitation I wish to thank my parent* for 
all their emotional support throughout these past 






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four years. A special thanks to one GTV who has 
helped me keep my sanity. I will always remem- 
ber the special people of E-town and all we have 
shared. Please take care JA, SP. DF. and DB." 

DENISE STARh 

126 Neely Street 

Fair Oaks, PA 15003 

Head Resident, RA. Occupational Therapy Club 

— Treas.. Campus Gold — Treas.. Dorm Council 

Advisor 

"Thanks for the memories ..." 

JOHN STtlNBACH 
418 Ringneck Lane 
Lancaster, PA 17601 

LYNDA GAIL STONE 
1107 Edann Road 
Oreland. PA 19075 

Education Club. Intramural Volleyball and Soft- 
ball. STEP 

"I plan to teach elementary school in this area. 
Thanks to all my friends who helped to make my 
four years here fun!" 

TODD F. STONES1FER 
30 College Ave. 
Chambersburg. PA 17201 

SAM. Accounting/Finance Club, Basketball, Soft- 
ball, Football 

LYNDA R. SWAN 
43 Old Covered Bridge Road 
Newtown Square, PA 19073 
Alpha Mu — Regional Rep., MENC. Concert Choir. 
Chorale. Talent Show, "You're A Good Man Char- 
lie Brown", Dance Marathon 
"My future plans include spending some time 
abroad and then continuing my graduate educa- 
tion for a masters in occupational therapy." "A 
bird does not sing because he has an answer, he 
sings because he has a song" — to my friends, 
thank you for giving me a song to sing — I'm off 
to find my "corner of the sky." 

SCOTT H. SWEREN 

15 Pine Ridge Lane 

RD #1 

Reading. PA 19607 

Concepts of Hillel ~ Tras., International Club — 

Treas.. Jazz Band, Pops Band. STEP Pit Band. 

Computer Science Club, Outdoor Club. SAM 

KENNETH JOSEPH SYLVIA III 
20 Leitao Drive 
Oakdale. CT 06370 

Brinser Dorm Council — - Treas. 3-North Volley- 
ball and Softball — Captain, 3-South Bottle Night 
"My future plans include owning a Fiero GT, kick- 
ing Rosa's butt, and to live outside of PA." 
"To Carl and JB. Can you imagine?" 
"To Rosa, What a country!" 
"To Frederick Boys. Y'all want a hoagie?" 

CAROL LYNNE TAROSKI 

62 Providence Forge 

Royersford. PA 19468 

Biology Club — Treas., Pre-Health Professions. 

Outdoor Club. Jazz Band. Brass Ensemble. Wind 

Ensemble. Alpha Lambda Delta — VP, Pops Band 

DAWN MARIE THOMAS 
RD ttl Box 39 
Christiana, PA 17509 

Occupational Therapy Club — Committee Chair- 
man, Occupational Therapy News Letter, Intra- 
murals 

SHARON ANN TUSHUP 
520 Beech Ave. 
Hershey. PA 17033 

Commuter Council — Sec. Scuba Club. JDN Edi- 
tor. Alpha Lambda Delta, Computer Science Club, 
Photography Club 

"My future plans include graduate school for ro- 
botics/artificial intelligence." 

SUNDAY J. UMARU 
PMB 2020 Makurdi 
Benue Nigeria 

JAMES THOMAS VAN METRE 
1415 Winchester Drive 
Lancaster, PA 17601 
History Club 

AMY GERALYN VAN SAUN 
351 Franklin Road 
Denville. NJ 07834 

Psychology Club. Intramurals. Psi Chi — Pres.. 
Volleyball Marathon 

"College has been a fantastic experience with 
lasting memories* 2-West. Room 207. Fort Lau- 
derdale; I never want to see you guys again. The 



Big move off campus with the minor and of 
course food groups! DP will always be very spe 
cial to me." 

SUSAN L. VAN STREET 

I Myrtlewood Lane 
Willingboro. NJ 08046 

SAACS. Pre-Health Professions Club — Treasur- 
er. 

DIANNE LYNN WADDELL 

130 Bonny Lane 

Collegeville. PA 19426 

Occupational Therapy Club, Intramurals 

ELAINE WAGNER 
421 N. Mt. Joy Street 
Ehzabethtown, PA 17022 

ELIZABETH JUDITH WAGNER 

811 Cranford Ave. 

Westfield. NJ 07090 

APB. Education Club, Swim Team 

"My future plans include getting a job teaching 

and to enjoy what life brings. I'd like to say thank 

you to my family and friends. You helped me 

more then you could ever know! Best of luck to 

everyone in the futurel" 

DEBRA L. WALKER 

SSI Spruce Lane 

Harleysville. PA 19438 

Computer Science Club. SAM, Photography Club. 

Marketing Club — Public Relations. Intramural 

Volleyball and Basketball 

"I plan to pursue a career in sales and do some 

traveling. A special thanks to my parents for all 

their support and understanding." 

BRIAN S. WALTER 
932 Herman Drive 
Mechanicsburg. PA 17055 

SAM, Accounting/Finance Club, Intramural Foot- 
ball, Basketball. Softball. Tutor 

JOAN M. WEAVER 

1616 Fern Ave. 

Windber. PA 15963 

Accounting/Finance Club, SAM. Concert Band, 

APB 

CONNIE ELLEN WEHRY 
RD« I Box 32 
Klingerstown. PA 17941 

Accounting/ Finance Club. SAM, RA, Student As- 
sistant to the Business Dept.. Tutor, Myer Dorm 
Council, Delphi Society. Dance Marathon, PBEA 
"I plan to pursue a career in education or a posi- 
tion as an executive secretary. Also, 1 plan to 
spend my future with a very special guy from a 
haven by the Schuylkill River. Thanks. Jeff, for 
helping me through all the rough times. Also, 
thanks Barb and Kay for keeping me sane during 
my senior year." 

DENNINE WEISSERT 

1307 Gardiner Drive 

Bay Shore, NY 11706 

Etownian, Dorm Council. WIC1, SC J. WWEC. Peer 

Counselor, RA. STEP. Conestogan 

CAROL WELSH 
Box 116 

Bausman. PA 17504 

Choral Union, Outdoor Club, Social Work/Soci- 
ology Club 

ROSE E. WENGER 
410 S. Race Street 

Myerstown. PA 17067 

Alcohol Awareness Club — Co-Chairman, Social 
Work /Sociology Club — Treas,, Brethren Depu- 
tation Teams 

"My future plans include Wally, a cape cod on the 
hill and a job in the human service field. Thanks 
Mom and Dad for allowing me to learn, grow, and 
socialize with the "Rest of the Best of West" — 
especially the girls at 38 Crimson King. Love you 
all." 

JOSEPH JOHN WIEDEMAN 
6151 Driftwood Drive 
Harrisburg. PA 17111 
Intramurals. SAM. Chess Club 

STEVEN JOHN WILLIAMSON 
12 Valley View Trail 
Sparta, NJ 07371 

International Club — Pres.. SAPA — Publicity 
Chairman, Language Club. Soccer. Intramural 
Soccer. Volleyball. Softball. Basketball. Peer 
Counselor. Etownian Staff Manager 
"My future plans include getting a job in the field 
of international marketing and later go into gra- 
duate school. I thank ail my friends at school tor 



getting me through rough times! I personally 
thank my Mother and Father for giving me the 
opportunity to attend college. I love you both 
dearly," 

LISA B. WILLING 
499 Boyle Ave. 
Tamaqua, PA 18252 

Biology Club. Basketball Team Co-Captain. Base- 
ball Statistician "My future plans include attend- 
ing graduate school for physical therapy." 

JANE F. WILSON 

821 Buckingham Road 
Cumberland. MD 21502 

History Club — Sec, Phi Alpha Theta. College 
Scholar. APB. Volleyball Marathon, Dance Mara- 
thon, Peer Counselor. Intramurals "In the future, I 
plan to teach." 
"It's been fun, but it's time to move on." 

PAUL J. WILSON 111 
21 Landis Ave. 
Lancaster, PA 17602 

Pre-Health Professions, Society of Physics Stu- 
dents 

JENNIFER WINTERS 
6304 Martins Terrace 
Lanham. MD 20706 

IVCF Campus Fellowship, Planning Committee. 
MENC, Alpha Mu. Orchestra. Band 
"I plan to travel and do the work that God has in 
store for me." Remember . . . "Rejoice always. 
Pray constantly, and give thanks in all circum- 
stances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus 
for you." 

I Thessalonians 5.16-18 

MICHELLE WOODBURY 

260 Temple Street 

Fredonia, NY 14063 

Head Resident of Royer. RA, Campus Fellowship 

— Pres.. Occupational Therapy Club. Varsity 
Softball 

FRANK R. WORKMAN 

107 S. Fourth Street 

Lebanon. PA 

SAM, APB, Intramural Football 

KAREN M. WRONA 

444 Church Street 

Minersville, PA 17954 

Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society 

— Sec, APB. Student Senate. Peer Counselor. 
Pre-Health Professions 

SARAH REBECCA YOST 
RD# I Box 1220 
Stewartstown, PA 17363 
SAPA 

BONNIE S. YOUNGBLOOD 
505 Spring Street 
Jamestown, PA 16134 

Marketing Club — Pres.. Head Resident of Myer. 
Scuba Club, Homecoming Court. Volleyball Mara- 
thon. Freshmen Class Sec, RA, Dorm Council. In- 
tramural Volleyball 

LAURA SUSAN YOUNGCOURT 
1103 Independence Drive 
Reading, PA 19609 

"It went so fast. So little time — so many memo- 
ries: I will never forget all the friends I have met 
at college. I will also never forget all the things I 
learned about life. The one thing that I will re- 
member most is the lake. My plans for the future 
are to be happy wherever I am and whatever I am 
doing." 

ROBERT ALAN 2ACKOWSK1 

1153 Perry Street 

Reading. PA 19604 

English Club. Campus Forum — Pres.. Intramurals 

ROBYN J. ZENGER 

RD# 4 Box 200 

Tunkhannock. PA 1865^ 

Education Club. College Mascot. Dorm Council. 

SAACS, Annual Fund Phone-a-Thon 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN ZERCHER 
1345 Chestnut Street 
Columbia. PA 17517 

Varsity Basketball. Intramurals. Accounting Fi- 
nance Club 

BRUCE K. ZIMMERMAN 
6225 Cider Press Road 
Harrisburg. PA Pill 
History Club. SAPA 



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Congratulations Class of 1986 



Commencement 1986 

The occasion was one of sorrow and joy. As family and 
friends of the 1986 graduates watched, another group of 
Etown students moved into the ranks of the Alumni. They 
left behind their college days for new and challenging 
times ahead — but the memories will stay in their minds to 
guide them. 




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Graduation 65 




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Friendship makes prosperity brighter, 
while it lightens adversity by sharing its 
griefs and anxieties. 

— Cicero 



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Learning without thought is labor lost-, 
thought without learning is perilous. 

— Confucius 



Underclassmen 



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Schlosser 




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Schlosser RA 's Row /.■ Denise Stark, Diane Dillon. Kim 
Lease. Row 2: Patty Harned. Lori Myers. 





Schlosser Dorm Council Row /. Jill Glass, Ann Marie Scesa. Robin Sharrer, kathy Charles. Row .?.• Pam 
Mehnng. Cindy Wiley. Lora Kemak. Denise Stark. Row 3: Jill Reynolds. Diane Slater. Cindy Kelly- Beth 
Edwards. Carey Brobyn, Sandy Barrows. Tina Tagliavia. Sue Zweig. Donna Hrudowsky. Dorothy Shuda. 



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East 



I-Easl Row /.• Lynn Buchanan. Ellen Weber. Karla 
Krengel, Margarita Sanchez. Marie Loughlin. Row 2. 
Kendra Rhoads, Holly McCrum. Sharon Walker. Beth 
Werner. Kim Humphreys. Row i-. Kendra Taylor. An- 
gie Bubnis, Kelly Krumenacker. Kelley Crimmins. Kel- 
ly Cawnan. 

I-Easl Row I: Julie Bonn, Kari Phair, Lenora Dody. 
Row 2. Beth Barnish, Stacy Sbur. Row 3: Lynn Freder- 
ick. Ellen Kandravy. Robin Bencker. Row 4: Amy Kar- 
afa. Lori Myers. Row 5.- Tracy Pusatere, Stacey 
Burch. Sue Regen. Row 6: Heidi Murtagh. Lauren 
Sherry. Missing: Shira Goldman. Elizabeth Eastwood- 
Zeigler. Sue Sidler, Karen Hinerdeer, Cathy Lees. Lin- 
da DuBois, Katy Morris, Beth Heilbron, Stephanie 
Crone, Nancy Schroek. Jill Loshnowsky. 



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2-East Row /.• Sally Wolf, Dorothy Schuda, Vivian Hann. Denlse Stark RA. HR. Row 2, Jeanette Huie, Ann 
Marie Scesa. Lynn Huxtable, Kristin Gusky. Row 3-. Sue Spangler, Christine Smith, Betsy Douglas, Jodi 
Weigel, Carolyn Boshart, Lori Whitacre. 




2East Row fi Cindy Wiley. Beth Edwards. Holly Snyder. Tern Stickle. Lora kemak. Row ^.Stephanie Nagle. 
Row 3: Diane Slater. Row 4. Lynn Hechmer. Lia Jackson. Tina Chorba. Nancy Meek. Row 5. Stacey Weaver. 
Row 6: Lisa Magee. Donna Hrudowsky. Pam Mehnng. Cindy Kelly. Carey Brobyn. 



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3-East Row h Kim Lease RA, Julie McDermott. Amy 
Hamershock, Hallie Harold. Cathy Costellan. Row 2: 
Susan Sikes, Karen Duffie. Maureen Heelan, Sue 
Warnitsky, Beth DeMattia, Jackie Carson, Jill 
Abood. Row 3-. Stephanie Thomas, Tamie Brown, Kris 
Vollmer. Laura Little. Jill Glass. Michelle Mehtlan. 





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3-East Row /.■ Angela Chiffy. Sharon Kipp. Row 2: Janice Thunberg. Elaine Powell. Diane Jacoby, Lisa 
Friedlander. Kathy Ricci. Row 3-. Liz Rhue, Sonia Boss. Cindy Carothers. Kathy Storm. Kim Reigel, Kim 
Patton. Kathy Buchan. 



West 



2- West Row I: Suzie Hebberl. Row 2: Jill Ford. Debbie 
Ellis, Amy Gentile. Row 3: Dawn DeAngelis. Michele 
Raviola, Rachel Key. Row 4-. Kim Harris, Missy 
McNeish. Christine Tinucci, Anne Tilghman. Sharon 
Ulrich, Beverly Soper. Row 5- Susan Greene. Sandy 
Barrows. Missing: Pam Blake. Angela Nagle, Candace 
Austin, Melissa Arnold. Laura Bear, Lynn Singer, Barb 
Walters. 



2-Wesl Row I-. Ann Burnette. Row 2, Lisa Dauen- 
heimer. Sue Zweig. Patty Harned RA. Lisa Stover, 
Angie Fogle. Row 1. Brooke Blair. Mary Ellen Clark. 
Bridget Rommal. Kendra Deaven. Lisa Acri. Debbie 
Walker. Caryn Girard. Row 4-. Tory Weinhold, Jenni 
Crist. Tracey Groff. Laura West. 



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3- West Row /.Theresa Mazzotta, Leigh Francis, Lisa Todd. Row 2: Kim Novosat, Laura Waughtel. Row 3: Dee Markle. Tracy Simon. Tina Tagliavia, Janice Faus, Parti 
Zanella, Deb Carbaugh. Jennie Lorenz, Betsy Granruth, Amy Racz. Robin McNemar. Mary Cavileer. Missing: Bridget Bevan. Colleen Crowley. Robin Zenger. 







3-West Row I, Lisa Willing. Diane Dillon RA. kirn 
Whittle. Row 2: Sue Patton. Mary Jane Pryor, Elaine 
Balaban. Ginny Elwell. Row 3: Susan Faatz. Darlene 
Bevan. Tracy Burke. Kris Fasching, Linda Foerster. 
Lisa Scheetz. Tammy Shelton. Row 4-. Pam Whittle. 
Sandy DeCarlo. Lori Conard. Teresa Moats. Dory 
Hight. Missing: Amy Benner. 



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Royer 



Royer RAs Row h Denise Waller. Judy Corona. 
Shelly Woodbury. Row 2: Gerry Jacobs. Margaret 
Albert!. Janice Vick. 



Royer Dorm Council Row I i Lori Johnson. Colleen 
Mattimore. Andrea Schwartz. Stacey Yarnall. 
Row 2: Sharon Burger ( VP). Chris Finley. (Treas.), 
Judi Rossi (Pres.h Chris Dameron (Secretary). 
Row i: Janet Lamborn, Leanne Church. Lisa 
Carter. Shelly Woodbury (HR). 





North 



l-North Row /.- Judy Corona (RA). Row 2-. Monica 
Felix, Sally Garber, Jen Winters, Gina Chesnet. 
Row I-. Jessica Stone, Alice Gable. Norma Mel- 
linger, Robin Shamer. Row 4-. Andrea Schwartz, 
Tam Nguyen, Judi Rossi, Lynn O'Farrell, Liz Goe- 
deke. 



2-North Row /.- Lisa Paganelli, Jacqueline Lhovan 
Katherine Jobes. Karen Klingman, Kimberly 
Tebbs. Row 2-. Wendy Kowtko, Mary McMahon. 
Tern Cianci, Kathryn Grant, Kim Pease. Missing: 
Laurie Jacoby. Deborah Philipp. 



2-North Row /.• Carol Mead. Leisle Benner. Gwen 
Holmstrom. Lucia Ivahenko. Row 2: Debra Tre- 
gaskis. Janice Vick. Kimberly Schnopp. 

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S-Monh Row I: Colleen Keltz. Chris Finley, Joan Storm. Row 3: Karen Kinzie. Colleen Mattimore, Leanne 
Church. Jody Reiner. Karen Kniss. Row 3, Denise Waller, Patt i Salimena. Sherry Gingrich. Jodi Fritz. Row 4-. 
Linda Lachenmayr. Gerry Jacobs. Karen Gutmann. Heather Conner. Chris Zielinski. Donna Jarrett. Michelle 
Bryson. Lisa Gardner. 



South 




I South Row I: Kyle Kessler. Elizabeth Makovitch. Jody Welch. Betsy Paul. Row 2, Chris Pameron. Linda 
Pempsey. Shan Hartman. Erin Smith. Pebi Sandford. Row i. Lisa Gafgen RA. Darcy Hall. Pam Bronokowski. 
Laura Youngcourt. Karen Faust. Kathy Russell. 



78 Royer 




2-South Row I-. Linda Kurtz. Shelly Woodbury HR, 
Lisa Schultz. Row 2: Annette Flamini, Trisha Smolke, 
Doreen May. Lynn Bentzley. Melinda Rider. Row 3: 
Chris Hunsinger, Lisa Maccagnano, Anne Breden. 
Stacey Yarnall. Lisa Harding. Row 4-. Robin Ritten- 
house. Lisa Wighardt, Amy Justus. Cindy Hessler. 
Missing-. Jean Baugher. Judy Lingrell, Janet Lamborn. 
•» Genie Atkins. Dawn Sprance, Kathy Lenahan. 



3-South Row I: Amy Seifrit. Candy Waltz. Tracy Hessert. Row 2: Karen Cocklin, Carla D'Agostino. Michele 
Otley. Dawn Williams. Row 3: Jane McKeown. Sharon Burger. Sue Koontz. Donna Jeskey. Row 4: Jenny 
Roland. Lisa Carter. Cheryl Charles. Steph Norwinski, Gwenda Wagner, Margaret Alberti, Rosie Altmann. 
Lori Johnson. Missing: Colleen Simpson. Jenny Snyder. Michele Mahouchick, Claudine Reid. 




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Myet 



MyerDoim Council Row /• Kathy May, Krissy Reese , 
Sue Ward, Row 2-. Karen Zimmerman. Bonnie Burrell, 
Cindy Deck, Kris Story. 





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Myer RA's Row /. Pennine Weissert. Joanne Reeser. 
Row 2-. Bonnie Youngblood. Lee Lucas. Lisa Broad- 
bent. 





East 



Myer I -East Row h Wendy Cazort. Chris Moyer, 
Lauren Morris. Row 2: Darlene Prickett, Bonnie 
Youngblood (HR.RA). Donna Saunders, Lisa Tren- 
ery, Joy Pepmeier. 




Myer 2-East Row /.• Kathy May. Krissy Reese, 
"Planet" Kresge. Row 2-. Lee "Gimpy" Lucas (RA). 
Diane Gingrich, Sheila Reynolds, Harriet "Wixi" 
Wixson, Stacey Vallinino, Michele Fisher, Renee 
Adams. Kitty Martin, Kathy "Spice" Gilman, Pam 
"Peanut Butter" Mallow, Patty Miller. Lisa DiMar- 
tile. All the rest are still in the shower: Michelle 
Rean, Sarah Yost. Heather Gourlie. Laura Lawson. 
Gina Borriello, Karen Zimmerman. Kendal Huli- 
hen. Annie Erb. Katie Martin. Diane Derrah. Kris- 
ten Enswiler. Laura Reilley. Lisa Weinbrock. 



Myer 3-East Row /.Kristin Espenhorst. Sarita Te- 
vethia. Deb Waltermire. Joanne Reeser (RA). Ju- 
liann LaMarra. Row 2: Betsy Parrish. Terry 
Goodbred. Kim Cahill. Devora Lebish. Jennifer 
Grim. Sue Whitaker. Christy Myers. Maria Fan- 
tini. Margaret Schultz. Carol Karman. Row 3-. 
Hanh Tieu. Jackie Luce. Sharon Meredith. Beth 
Powell. Debbie Amnion. Kate Oppenheimer. Row 
4: Jean Mclver. Joanne Lerch. Kim Miller. Lisa 
Waller. Missing: Deb Brosius. Peggy Brooks, Elise 
Hobbis. Cricket Marion. Viki Dujmovic. Dolora 
Chorba. 

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West 



2-WestRow /.Karen Sterner, Sue Ward. Row 2 ; Gina 
Mastro, Bonnie Burrell. Maureen McFadden. Cindy 
Deck, Becky Deckenback, Joy Hinde. Row i.Chris 
Baranoski. Lori Rankin, Heather Brubaker, Lisa 
Broadbent, Lisa Sporel. Kris Story. Row 4: Kathy DiN- 
unzio, Joann MacDonald. Terri Cottrell. Jackie Piret, 
Jacki Lay. Kelly Campbell, Jenny Miller, Laurie Posey. 
Missing: Cindy Vann, Kim Chronister, Janna 
Strickler. 




3- West Row I: Becky Hagenston. Michelle Rubel. Lau- 
rie Bell. Row 2: Michelle Jenofsky, Marce Monroe, 
Amy Kingsbury. Row 4.Maria Brodnick, Joyce Wen- 
dling. Shannon Stites. Row 5: Lynda Stone, Karen Nei- 
dig. Patty Coyle. Row 6: Beverly Reeves, Michele 
Szymkowiak. Suzanne Clark, April Frusher. Liza Wag 
ner. Ann Alandar, Dennine Weissert (RA). Missing: 
Joan Korb. Aimee Vanisko. 




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Ober 




Ober RA's Keith Hall. Dave Robinson. Rob Cramer, 
Jack Schlottman, Art George (RA). Ray Brosius, Doug 
Travor. Steve Polonus. 




Ober Dorm Council Row /.• Biff Steele. Scott Bourne. 
Keith Hall. Row 2-. Todd Conyers, Steve Kelker. Mike 
Rose, Joe Costigan. Darrell Walter. Joe Beck. Jerry 
Skotleski. Joe Mullen. 



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A- Wing 




A- 1 Row I: Bill Chatterton, Steve Francomano, Dwayne Kim. Row 2: Jerry Skotleski, Steve Polonus RA, Kyle 
Widrick. Steve Irwin, Scott Reigel, Keith Zebrowski. Row 3-. Michael Abrams. Chris Galdieri. 




A- 1 Row I, Dominic Veraldi, Frank Workman. Biff Steele. Scott Bourne. Scott Metzel. Mike Rose. Row 3i Chuck Fr\ e. Joe Beck. Steve Rose. Carrell U alter. Gary Paf- 
fenburger. Ed Pfeiffer. Pave Jones. Roger Haddon. Row 3: Steve Polonus RA. Jim Jones. Randy Banker!. Ron DeBngida. 



S4 Ober 




A-2 Row I: Brian Hartman, Hung Ha. Ron Lambo, 
Dean McFadden. Tom DiPasquale, Joe Costigan. Billy 
James. Tim Heck. Row 2-. Chris Cameron. Tom 
McGonigle, Greg King. Tim Gerder, George Stumm. 
Row 1: Steve Geer. Andy Kauffman. Steve Paulo. Will 
Malatesta. Henry Roman. Row 4-. Jack Schlottman RA. 
Don Weckel. Brian Brady. Brian Miller. Geno Goo- 
drow, Steve Kelker, Jim Lardear. Todd Conyers. 



A-3 Row I: Scott Conary. Rob Christ. Jeff Lawrence, 
Sam Foglio. Troy Taylor. Scott Ravert. Dan Magaro. 
John Vanasse. Row 2-. Shane Zimmerman, Royce Jef- 
ferson, Tom Morgan. Scott Gronzeski. Dan Scarica- 
ciottoli, Gary Galant, Steve Gorsuch. Vinnie DePinto. 
Jeff Haupt. Randy Compton. Brian (Ox) Wolfe. Row 
3-. Jon Wenger. Scott Brown. Art Whitehouse, Ed 
Seeger. Doug Travor RA. Gary Zerbe. Jerry McHale. 
John Faulkner. Brian Huber. Jeff Brzezicki. Missing-. 
Charles Crumpling. Chris Schlunk, Jay Masters. Matt 
Saia. Mike Parker. 



B -Wing 





BBasemenl Row /.• Kevin "Norton" Kinney. Russell "Schlepp" Murray. Row 2-. Chris "Bonnie" Gerhart. Chris 
"Waahooo" Wright. Row 3: Doug "Vegetarian" Campbell. Scott "Hot as" '" Brown. Rich "Yeah Right" 
Gallagher. Brian "Boop" Diezel. Ray "The RA" Brosius. Duane "Slugger" Kahn. Missing. Doug "Boy Blunder" 
Schrock. Donald "I'm Back" Bogut. Sam "The Music" Mann. 

Ober 85 



B Wing 



B-l Row h Will Nicolls. Chris Bayes, Jeff Forrer. 
Gregg Rodgers. Row 2: Eric Hansen, John Schwalm, 
Chuck Grabusky, Ray Blatz, Dan Morris, Mike 
Childers, Dave Robinson. Darrell Justh. Mike Murtha. 
Row 3: Mike Smith. Elmer Masters. Andy Carey. Tom 
Steyaert, Ed Chance, John Brentlinger. Eric Patrick, 
Ernie Gibble. Bruce Zimmerman. 



B-2 Row h Vincent J. Barba III. Greg Vannucci. Todd 
Falk, Ross Vecchio (RA). Gene Penxa. Neil Clark, Jim 
Richardson. Row 2-. Dave Lenhart, Melvin Spade. 
Chris Matthews. Row 3-. Rich Duffy. Demitrias Hal- 
kias. Anthony Stoikovski. Jay Ferris. Missing: Mi- 
chael Lorelli. 




86 Ober 





B-i Row I: Bill Stryeski, Scott Eisenbise. Chris Zeigler. Row 2-. Dave Schlegel, Eric Eschbach, Kirk Bower, Rich Campbell, Len Masters, David Furrow, Scott Merlo. 
Row 3: Jim Newcomb, Keith "Buckwheat" Hall (RA), Paul Hockenbury, Paul Eyler. Jim "Bliff" Hale, Glenn "Troll" Conti, Wendel Paisley, Steve Grandorf , Bob Moyer, 
John Harris. Jim "Bandit" Stabile, Mark "Average" Speitel. Row 4-. Karl Hammermueller, Mike Godfrey, Missing: Jim Scholes, Scott Neuf ield, Mike Muston, Rob Mill- 
er, Jon Yost, Bill Kirwan. Tim Mancini. 




Brinser 




Brinser RA's: Dale Forshey, Bill Longacre, Carl La Mastra (HR), Sean Mac Kenzie, John Cromer. 




Brinser Dorm Council Row I, Frank Carado. Steve Forcella. Row 2: Larry Scheurich. Rob Reale. Jim Helt. Row 3. Duane Hosier, ken Sylvia. David Jun 



88 Brinser 




Brinser l-North Row h Bob Mc Laughlin, Dave Schreffler. Tim Rimmer. Len Hansell, Frank Carado. Dave 
Randier. Bill Roberts. Row 2: Jim Helt. Greg Hetrick. Larry Scheurich. Chuck McDanolds, Steve High. Tim 
Sterner. Row i. Steve Sadler, Dale Forshey. Dave June. Sean Page. Aaron Payson. Missing: Tony Cribari. 
Ryoichi Ogata, ken Snerr. Dave Ligenza. 



Brinser S9 



Brinser 2-North Row /.■ Jeff Lloyd, Dan McCor- 
mick. Mike Forcella. Andy Cecala, Chip Snyder. 
Row 2: Scott Fell, Mike Warner, Chris Exley, Ter- 
rance Montgomery, Steve Forcella, Steve Hand- 
man, Bob Little. 





Brinser 2-North Row /. Bob Snyder. Jim Grossman. Matt Henry. Ron Orlando. Jim Gavaghan. Row 2: Jim 
Biondolillo, Randy Hinsey. Bill Monteith. Bill Longacre (RA). Pete Gittens. John Laird. 



90 Brinser 




Brinser 3-North Row /.• Phil Selby. Jeff Sori. Rich Williamson, Doug Baker, Charlie Bowden. Jim Deckert. 
John Domblesky, Mike Rosa, Bob Kitchin, Doug Calandra. Row 2: Ken Sylvia, Gregg Bush, Perry Merlo, John 
Cromer, Joe Fischer, Duane Hosier, Dan Oakes, Robert Zackowski, Tom Haughton, Don Richard, Dave 
Rothermel. Mike Shogi. Missing: Greg Agerman. Jeff Blevins. 





South 






I South Row h Fred Phillipy. Missing: Steve Hunt. Rich Duggan. Jeff Boyle. Mike Bailey. Rich Lebron, Allen 
Kemp, Andy Gulati. 



Brinser 91 




2-South Row I-. Ken Dunbar. Mike Weis. Gary Kitchen. Dave Boyer, Row 2: Steve Ward, Steve 
Capoferri. Keith Camasta. Ross Sackler, Ted Vana. Glenn Cianciulli. 



2-South Row I: Ken Myers. Mike Spangler, Brad Sat- 
tin. Bill Bova. Carl LaMastra (RA/HR). Row 2: Bill 
Bender. John Snader. Mark Rineman, Row i: Jim 
Foresman, Mark Myers. Ted Miller. Jim Campi. Bill 
Schappell. 




92 Bnnser 




3-South Row I: Chuck Engel. Rob Reale, Steve Swope, 
Chris Baldrige. Row 2-. Tim Ferguson. Eric Hommas, 
Mike S. Snyder, John Hosier, Mike G. Snyder, Pete 
Christ. Missing: Rich Gonzalez, Mark Shade. Bill Mill- 
er. Wes Baker. 



3-Soulh Row I: Dave McFalls. Sean Mackenzie (RA). 
Row 2: David Frechard. Row 3: Rich Giroud. Rich 
Guinan. Tom Feighery. Carl Kern. Rob Wirth. 




Brinser 93 



Founders 



Founders RA's Row /.■ Dan Blunk, Sue Pretto, Mary 
Jean Barns, Eric Albright. Row 2: Connie Wehry. 
Dana Marin. Christine Coppa, Andrea Lindner. Beth 
Spangler. Dennis Fisher. Row i: Carolyn Reuter. Kris- 
tie Patten. Joyce Sangrey, Kathy Lardear. 





Founders Porm Council Row /. Jenniter Fanella (VPi. Leslie Levison (TreasA trie Miller (Pre*.), Jen 
Corchiolo (Sec). Row 2: Andrea Cockburn. Lisa Arasteh. Patty Lawless. Heather Crowley. ka\ tahman. 
Laurie Melos. Row 3: Carolann Schumann. Patty Ludwig. Chris keller. Bob Wahnsky. Melissa Mosesso. 
Laura Bly. Row 4: Beth Spangler. Roger Dunkelberger. Brad VanNostrand. Nick Vanderwerft. Sheri 
Cassidy. Missing: Tina Abbott. Lisa Mohler. Bonnie Shrader. Nancy Landon. Marsha Figurelh. Dana 
McCormick. Denise Desjardins. Jane Meyer 



94 Founders 



A -Wing 




A- 1 Row I: Donna Davis. Julie Podsiadlo. Row 2-. 
Steph Loose. Chris Keller. Row 1. Michelle Smeltz. 
Stacey Fox, Debbie Brown. Nancy Butler. Missing: 
Debbie Matzelle. 



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A 




A- 1 Row I: Lisa Cianciulli. Lisa Arasteh. Joan Weaver. 
Clare Donahue, Sue Pretto (RA). Row 2-. Betsy Aubrecht. 
Kecia Piatt. Jenny Klein. Pam Kroninger. Patty Johnson. 
Missing-. Kristen Fink. 



Founders 95 



A -2 Row I: Nancy Graver, Tammy Keller, Jody Riley, 
Lois Muller. Bonnie Shrader, Tina Delo, Andrea 
Lindner, Tammy Roller, Kristin Schoenherr, Felecia 
Sweeney. Row 2-. Jodi Eyer, Kim Goodwin. Kelly 
Kopp, Erin Monihan, Kim Eberly, Colleen Cameron. 
Missing: Faye Dunkle. Jan Schwartz. Kristen Shuman, 
Jenny Black. 



A-2 Row I: Trish Wohlrab, Cathy Bornemann, Diane 
Miller, Linda Berry. Darcy Coelln. Row 2: Kristin 
Holmes. Patti Grove, Ann Melville, Bonnie Westh- 
eaffer, Kim Staub. Lisa Mohler, Beth Hummel. 



96 Founders 





A-3 Row I, Kristie Patten (RA). Row 2: Melissa Baker. Megan Seits, Teddi Richardson. Justine Robbins. Mary Alhage, Patti Tisdale. Row 3-. Beth Scroggins. Kate Vec- 
chio. Roe Tamagni. Leslie Levison, Arlynn Polsky. Maria Pioli. Missing: Kristen Shuman. Meg Schwartz. 



Founders 9"? 



BWing 



B-l Row I: Carolyn Reuter. Carol Ann Schumann. Row 
2: Joelle West. Patti Ludwig, Mindy Braithwaite, Lori 
Romano, Lisa Messner. Row 3: Stephanie Meloy, 
Christine Heider. 



B-J Row /.Gabrielle Hull. Bonnie Bair. Karen Simpson. 
Mary Jean Barnes. Angie Metz. Row 2-. Robin Idler. 
Kathy Kealy. Lisa Rudnicki. Chris Kelly. Tina Gian- 
naris. Tina Kalathas. Row S-. Sheri Adie. Amy Studen- 
mund. Becky Witmer. Trina Geiser. Marsha Figurelli. 
Patty Flannery. Donna Greitz, Lisa Bradlee. Row 4. 
Deanna Keeny. Dawn Cochran. Anne Borelli. Bonnie 
Carew. 




98 Founders 




B-i Row It Susy Schrader, Jane Fruggiero, Molly 
Seerey. Colleen Cochran, Karen Nelson, Eileen Arsht. 
Lisa Sullivan, Jody DeMatteo. Row 2: Candy Knowles. 
Tracy Crawford. Jill Bowser. Mary Stiso. Kathy Lar- 
dear. Missing: Jennifer Purcell. Betsy Stewart. 



B-i Row I-. Elyse Braxton. Row 2-. Lisa Hanna. Lisa 
Willitts. Michelle Swantner. Kathy Crowley. Suzi Sei- 
bert. Row i: Denise Desjardins, Dana McCormick. 
Tina Strieker. Stacey Smith. Row 4. Tracy Echevar- 
ria. Anne Hollinger, Deb Schwartz. Row 5. Jen Cor- 
chiolo, Kim Shivoder. Missing. Lynn Wolf. 



C-Wing 



C-l Row I: Heather Crowley. Pam Morrison. Tanja 
Kyle. Mary Blazes. Row 2: Janet Streett. Connie 
Wehry (RA). Barb Gilje. Kay Ashman. Sandy Hoofr- 
ing. Missing: Charlene Popalis. 

Founders 99 



C-2 Row I: Julia Ryan, Beth Wilhide. Laura McEa- 
chern. Row 2: Jamie Smith, Deneen Focht. Laurie 
Melos, Amy Fladmark. Row 3: Sue Paulus, Lori Neal, 
Dana Marin (RA). Tammy Benninghove. Missing: Mel 
Dixon. Kathy Stadler, Virginia Liedy. 





C-2 Row I-. Julie Phillips. Carolyn Koenig. Peggy Rieman. Row 2: Andrea Cockburn. Don Hacker. Betsy 
Hoffman. Kim Ryan. Jodi Kisko. Dee Gladfeller. Row 3: Dana Marin iRAl. Anamana Chiacchio. Jennifer 
Fanella. Elise Wagner. Liz Rizzo. Diane Paszkowski. Row 4: Denise Angerio. 



100 Founders 



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C-3 flow /. Michelle Seller, Kelly Willoughby, Amy 
Primus, Tracey Duryea. Row 2-. Allison Weiss, Laurie 
Primus. Kathy Begeman. Lisa Baran, Deb Jackson. 
Row 3:L\z Martin. Colleen Tolley. 




C- 3 Row h Wahoo. Vicki Graybill-Hutchinson. kathy 
"Bear" Spare. Patty Lawless. Vzi, Carol Sutcliffe. 
Row 2: Beth Sutcliffe. Myra Hooker. Christine Coppa 
(RA). Jane Wilson. Nancy Darrow. John Steinbach. 
Row i-. Colleen Tolley. Beth Hile. Lisa Baran. kathv 
Begeman. Robin Lehr. 



Founders lOt 



DWing 



D-l Row I: Bob "Booger" Walinsky, John Funston. 
Brent Heard. Row 2-. Ed Hendrick, John O'Brien. 
Barry Eaton. Roger Dunkelburger. Tim McCormick. 
Karl Peters. Steve Schroth, Dave Brown, Joe Banner. 




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Dl Row /.- Gregory Pietsch. Row 2: Rick Souders. Rick McAllister. Eric Albright. Stephen "Beef" Roberto. Tim Selfert, Miko Gore. Greg GmL Row 3: Nate 
Webber. Aaron Blanding. 



102 Founders 




D-2 Row I-. Tammy Scholtes, Vanessa Johnson, Beth 
Penn, Cindy Page, Lori Lobb, Amy Dreyer, Chris 
Messier. Row 2: Melissa Mosesso, Tina Abbott, Sue 
Bacon, Sue Good, Amy Wierman. Stephanie DiCa- 
prio, Kris Biagi, Joy Nave. 




D-2 Row h Pam Ahern. Patsy Hirkala. Tammy McDonald. Lisa Steele. Row 2: Karen Shaffer, Laurie 
Blankley. Michelle Dalton, Celeste Crawford. Row 3-. Michelle Gladu. Carolyn Kern. Tracey Pepo. Row 4-. 
Joyce Sangrey (RA), Danielle Lettierre. 



Founders 103 



D-3 Row I : Mike "Ski" Biedronski, Eric Miller. Row 2: 
Chuck Grohotolski. John "Bumper" Miller. Andy 
Kroeck, Carey Bodenheimer. Nick Vanderwerff. Tim 
Wallis. Row i. Brad Van Nostrand. Dave McKelvey. 
Tony Perill. Row 4: Mark Bernard. Bill "The Hand" 
Newill. Joel Waite. Jake Gerhard. Missing: Brian Cas- 
sel. 





D-3 Row I : Scott McNaney. Billy Bob Mitchell. Mark Lanzone. Mark Clark. Matt Aylward. Jim Mirando. J.m Smith. Mark "Stretch" Newkirk. Noel kra.zer. Row 2. 
John Steinbach. Dan Blunck. Jeff Green. Keith Gunn. Missing: Larry Browne. 



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Commuters Row I: Jean Mark. Randy Garner. 
Sharon Tushup. Mike Hahn. Row 2-. Hope Gesell. 
Pan Garner. Craig Rowe. Connie Barbin. Row 3: 
Dave Newcomer. Chuck Reuter. Jeff Bair. 



Commuters 105 



Co-ops 



Co-op RA's: Bill Mack, Sue Smith, Pam Koontz, Tom 
Pifer. 




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Orchard Row h Laurie Mertikas. Ruth Moyer. Row 2. Carol Welsh. Lisa Hoffman. Row i. Susan Karaffa. 
Connie Rodgers. Margaret Lorenzen. Pamela koontz RA. 



106 Co-ops 




Rose Garden 

Rosegarden Row I : Dave Parry. Row 2: Tom Pifer, 
Pat Kane. Danny Stovell, Bill Mack. Row i. Bob 
Hedrick. Tom Edgley. Jay Aman. 

Green Gables 



Green Gables Row I : Liz Bauer. Nancy Scaff, An- 
nette Davis. Karen MacNeel. Row 2. Robin Bitten- 
bender. Linda Brecht, Jane Booth, Nancy Cot- 
trell. Ingrid Gaither. Sue Smith RA. 



Co-ops 107 



Alpha Annex 



Joey Albanese, a senior chemistry major, 
and Greg Cooney, a senior music educa- 
tion major, are two of Elizabethtown's 
more prominent students. Living in Alpha 
Annex, they are responsible for the cam- 
pus switchboard between the hours of 
5.00 pm to 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm to 7:30 am. 
In this capacity, they are responsible for 
answering all of the college's incoming 
calls, and handling the medical emergen- 
cies that occur during their working 
hours. From their jobs, Joey and Greg 
have learned how to act in a number of 
emergency situations, and have benefit- 
ted from their involvement in public rela- 
tions. The dedication of these two stu- 
dents is part of the support system that 
holds Elizabethtown College together. 





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The times of your life. Ill 




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Every man who rises above the common 
level receives two educations, from his 
teachers and himself. 

— Edward Gibbon 



112 


















Consider that I laboured not for myself 
only, but for all them that seek learning. 

— Ecclesiasticus 



Faculty 



113 



DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS 




Ms. Mary Anne Van Arsdale 



Mr. George Gliptis 



114 Business 




Mrs. Sue Dolan 



Mr. Donald Muston 




Mrs. Carroll Kreider 



Pr. Jay Buffenmyer 



Business II? 




Dr. Okan Akcay 



Mr. H. Marshall Pomroy 




Ms. Cynthia Beyerlein 



Mr. Aladar kish 



116 Business 




Ms. Martha Eppley 



Mr. Michael Fitzgerald 




Mr. Stanley Neyer 



DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS 




Mr. Steven Shelly 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 

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Mr. Timothy Hudson 







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Mr. Donald Smith 



Dr. Jobie Riley 



IIS Communications 



Dr. Robert Moore 




Mr. Hans Wennberg 




DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 




Mr. Henry Libhart 
Mr. Thomas Leap 





DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE 



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Mr. Howard Kroesen 



Mrs. Barbara Tulley 




Mr. Richard Zugarek 



Computer Science 119 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 




Dr. John Rohrkemper 



Mrs. Elisabeth Russell 




CV. Carole Huber 



IX» English 





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Dr. Thomas Dwyer 



Dr. James Hala 










Mr. Joseph Harris 



Mrs. Louise Black 



English 1:1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Dr. Carl A. callenbach 



Dr. Robert E. Ziegler. Not pictured 




DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 




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Dr. J. Kenneth Kreider 



Dr. Bela Vassady 




Dr. H. Herbert Poole 



Dr. Thomas Winpenny 



Dr. Richard K. Mumford 



History 123 



DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 




Dr. Ernest Blaisdell 



Mr. Robert Dolan 




Dr. Ronald Shubert 



Mr. I. L. Bossier 



124 Mathematics 



Hl'-TMIS 



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Mr. Robert Morse 



Dr. Donald Koontz 



DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES 




Mr. Uldis Daiga. not pictured 



Ms. Suzanne Goodling 



Ms. Susan Terrio 



Modern Languages 125 



DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 




Mr. Otis Kitchen 








Dr. Carl N. Shull 



Dr. Darrell R. Douglas 



DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Dr. Wayne A. Selcher 



Dr. W. Wesley McDonald 



Mr. E. Fletcher WcUellan 

Political Science Q7 



DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 




128 Occupational Therapy 



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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 






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Ms. Reba Sebelist 




Mr. Donald Smith 



Ms. Yvonne Kauffman 




Mr. Arthur (Skip) Roderick 



Mr. Joseph Whitmore. not pictured 



Mr. Robert Garrett, not pictured 



Athletics 129 



DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 




130 Religion and Philosophy 



DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE 




Dr. James Dively 



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Dr. John Ranck 



Mr. Jack Hedrick 




Ms. Zoe Proctor 



Pr. Rolhn Pepper 



132 Science 




Dr. J. Robert Heckman 





Dr. Raymond Reeder 




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Dr. Martin Spangler 



Dr. Charles Sehaeffer 



Science 133 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 




Dr. Leonard Eiserer 



Dr. H. Andrew Sagar 




Dr. R. Bruce Lehr 



Dr. Paul N. Dennis 





Dr Sharon Armstrong 



Mr. Russell fc. Eisenbise 




Dr. Donald B. Kraybill 



Dr. J. Matthew Kessler 




Dr. Delbert Ellsworth 



Ms. Kathleen S. Nuccio. Not pictured 



Social Sciences 135 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Gerhard E. Spiegler 
President 



Dr. Walter B. Shaw 
Dean of Student Affairs 




Mr Gordon Raleman 
Director of Financial Aid 




Mr. Nick Stamos 
Director of Food Services 



Ms. Beverly V. Piscitelli 
Counselor 



Mr. Harry Page 
Director of Maintenance 




Mr. Kenneth Baylor 


Mr. Donald L. Neiser 


Mr. Royal E. Snavely 


Director of Public Information 


Registrar 


Counselor 


Dr. Joan Austin 


Ms. Mary Frances Woodall 




Chaplain 


Assist. Director of Financial Aid 




Mr. John Shaeffer 






Treasurer 







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Winning isn't everything -- but wanting 

to win is. 

— Vince Lombardi 



138 












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Sweat plus sacrifice equals success. 

— Charles O. Finley 





Sports 



139 



Soccer 




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EC 


OPP 


West Chester 


4 





Alumni 


7 


2 


— Blue Jay Classic- - 


- 


Millersville 


4 


1 


Carnegie-Mellon 


2 


1 


Delaware 


1 


2 


Juniata 


3 





Gettysburg 


2 





Scranton 


3 





Salisbury 


3 





Haverford 


2 





F § M 


3 


1 


Dickinson 


7 





Trenton 


4 


1 


Wilkes 


4 





Messiah 


1 


1 


Susquehanna 


7 


1 


Kutztown 


2 





Albright 


3 





Lycoming 


7 





Glassboro 


1 


1 


Bucknell 


Cancelled 


Scranton(MAC) 





1 


Drew(NCAA) 


4 





Glassboro(NCAA) 


3 


4 




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I -tO Soccer 



/9S5 Vars/fy Team fronf Lyndon tngle. Todd Vtenger. Mike U artier, Steve Paulo. Dominic Veraldi. Brian 
Diezel. InJ Row* Con Haughton. fcd Pfeiffer. Rob McMurtne. Mike Pral:ner. Rich Pulfev. Shane Zimmer- 
man. John Lesniewski. 3rd Row: Dan StOveH, Scotl Ra\erl. Shannon Perry. Co Capt Doug Peters. Vinnie 
PePinto. Matt Saia. John Brenthnger 4lh Rou Coach Skip Roderick. Co Capl Dave Jones. Sean Macken- 
zie. Roger Punkelberger. Brad Brubaker. kev in Mackenzie. Scotl Brown. Paul Mac Mur trie. Asst. Coach Joe 
Whitmore 




The 1985 Etown College soccer team fin- 
ished their season ranked 3rd in the na- 
tion in division 111 and 1st in the Mid-Atlan- 
tic region with a record of 17-3-2. This 
included 12 shut-outs and 70 goals scored. 
Doug Peters was the leading scorer with 
15 goals, 6 of which were game winning. 
Shannon Perry led the team in assists with 
16. Five of our players made it to the MAC 
All-Stars. Doug Peters, Dave Jones and 
Shannon Perry on the 1st team, and Mike 
Pratzner and Paul McMurtrie on the 2nd 
team. Dave Jones made Ail-American 1st 
team, Shannon Perry 2nd team and Doug 
Peters 3rd team. Doug Peters, Dave Jones 
and Shannon Perry all made Regional All- 
American 1st team and Scott Brown and 
Paul McMurtrie made an Honorable Men- 
tion. Etown ranked 1st in the Northwest 
League of the MAC, but lost to Scranton, 
who went on to win the MAC. The Jays got 
by the 1st round of the NCAA tournament 
for the 1st time since 1976, and defeated 
Drew 4-0, but were eventually defeated 
by Glassboro, 4-3, after advancing to the 
final four. Congratulations Blue Jays for 
your tremendous dedication and out- 
standing season this past fall! 




Soccer HI 




142 




Soccer 143 



Volleyball 








EC 


OPP 


Muhlenberg 




3 





Scranton 




3 


2 


Wilkes 




3 





Shippensburg 




2 


3 


Allentown 




2 





Moravian 




3 





F S M 




2 


3 


Wilkes 




2 





Swarthmore 




2 





F g M 




2 





York 




2 





Washington 




2 





Rosemont 




2 





York (Champions 


hips) 


2 





Washington-St. L 


no winner 


— not completed 


UC-San Diego 




1 


3 


Claremont 







3 


Redlands 




3 





Laverne 







3 


W. Maryland 







3 


Washington 


Tourney- - 


-- 




Wilmington 




2 


1 


Essex 




2 





Washington 




2 





Gallaudet 







2 


Hood 




2 





Gettysburg 




2 


1 


William Paterson 




2 





Dickinson 




3 





Messiah 




3 


1 


Juniata 







3 


Cabrini Tourney 






Bryn Mawr 




2 





Phila. Textile 




2 





Northeastern 




2 





Swarthmore 




2 





Catonsville 




2 












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1985 Team, Front: Co-captains Ellen Hoffman and Joann Rent:. 2nd Row: Asst. Coach Robert Garretl. Ann 
Tilghman. Heidi Hackenberger. Cathy Lees. Lisa Broadbent. Mgr. Maureen Heelan. 3rd Row. Statistician 
Joe Rodella. Jill Bowser. Lisa Harding. Lisa Paganelli. Shan Hartman. Darcy Hall. Coach Bill Helm. 



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Volleyball 145 



Field Hockey 




1985 Team: Front: Tory Weinhold, Ellen Kandravy. Sheri Adie, Co-Capt. Laura West, Co-Capt. Bonnie Balr, 
Ann Burnette. Cheryl Charles. Chris Kelly, Elizabeth Martin. Rear.- Coach Yvonne Kauf f man, Lori Conard.Mary 
Ellen Clark. Kathleen McKenna, Karen Simpson. Becky Witmer, Teresa Moats. Michele Fisher, Asst. Coach 
Coleen Raber. 






EC 


OPP 


Haverford 


4 





Wilkes 


4 





Messiah 





2 


E. Stroudsburg 


2 





Moravian 


1 





Widener 


14 





Shippensburg 


4 


1 


Lebanon Valley 


4 





Dickinson 


3 


1 


Scranton 


3 





F & M 





1 


York^^^^^ 


4 





Albright 


1 





Frostburg 


2 


1 


Lynchburg 


2 


1 


W. Maryland 


4 


1 


Gettysburg 


4 





Salisbury 


4 


3 


MACs 






Messiah 


3 


4 


Shippensburg 


3 


2 


Millersville 





2 








Field Hockey 147 




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Cross Country 




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The 1985 Etown College Cross Country 
team was lead by freshman sensation 
Doug Baker and junior captain Bill Bender, 
along with Brad Sattin all of whom broke 
the 29 minute for 5 miles mark during the 
season. All in all, the season was fairly suc- 
cessful, taking into account the inexperi- 
ence of the young team. Congratulations 
Runners! 



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John Domblesky, Brad Sattin. David Frechord, Duane Hosier, Doug Baker and Capt. Bill Bender 









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EC 


OPP 


Kings 


29 


26 


Wilkes 


27 


30 


Scranton 


Cancelled 


Susquehanna 


50 


15 


Messiah 


49 


15 


Juniata 


30 


25 


Albright 


50 


15 


Dickinson 


59 


15 


Messiah 


50 


15 


Baptist Bible 


41 


17 


9th Place Dickinson Invitational 


Men 267 


Pts. 




F & M 


50 


15 




Coach Suzette DesJardin, Beth Boyer and Stacey Smith. 




Women's Basketball 




Jaygals Row I: Kate Vecchio. Kelly Crimmins. Ann Melville. Gabrielle Hull. Maria Pioli. Teresa Moats. 
Row 2: Kim Cahill, Michelle Swantner. Trina Geiser. Capt. Jane Meyer, Elaine Balaban. Lori Lobb. Row 3: 

Coach Yvonne Kauffman and Asst. Coach Robert Ziegler. 



The Lady Jays completed a highly 
successful season in March, reaching 
the NCAA quarter-final round before 
losing to Capital University in Colum- 
bus, Ohio 61-55. On the way to the 
NCAA tournament, the Lady Jays won 
the Middle Atlantic Conference cham- 
pionship, defeating Moravian 89-70. 
The season was finished with a 24-6 
record and a 10th place national rank- 
ing. During the season Captain Jane 
Meyer became the first woman to 
score 1,000 points in only two seasons 
at Elizabethtown. Meyer was named to 
the GTE-COSIDA Academic All-Ameri- 
can regional first team and won the 
Champion Player of the Year award. 
She and Michelle Swantner were both 
named to the MAC All-Star team. 




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154 



Men's Basketball 




Front: Pete Christ, Dave Jones. Co-Captains Nate Webber and Steve Swope. Todd Wenger. Mike Snyder. 2nd 
Row: Coach Don Smith. Aaron Blanding. Gregg Rodgers. Carl Kern. Tom Feighery, Rob Wirth. James Ga- 
vaghan. Terrance Montgomery. Asst. Coach Dan Reitmeyer. 








156 Mens Basketball 








EC 


OPP 


Millersville 


51 


83 


Albright 


86 


59 


Haverford 


74 


57 


Juniata 


82 


68 


Albright 


58 


53 


Susquehanna 


71 


86 


Millersville 


67 


99 

75 


Del. Valley 


76 


York 


73 


65 


F & M 


67 


74 


Gettysburg 


58 


56 


Dickinson 


57 


66 


Lycoming 


65 


71 


Messiah 


78 


55 


Wilkes 


94 


68 


Albright 


59 


68 


Susquehanna 


55 


68 


Messiah 


58 


50 


Juniata 


71 


61 


FDU-Madison 


69 


71 


Leb. Valley 


74 


72 


Drew 


68 


59 


Scranton 


51 


71 


Kings 


72 


64 


Lycoming 


62 


73 






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Mens Basketball 159 




Front: Todd Martin. Jeff Forrer. Steve Capoferri, Capt. Dino Delviscio. Tim Gerber, Dave Schlegel. Bob 
Mover. 2nd Row. Tom DiPasquale. Keith Camasta. Jeff Haupt. Dan Scaricaciottoli, Chris Ziegler, Eric 
Maguire. 








EC 


OPP 


Johns Hopkins 


17 


30 


Gettysburg 


20 


30 


Lafayette Tr. 


6 


place 


Lebanon Valley 


21 


31 


Widener 


28 


27 


Moravian 


5 


42 


King's 


— 


— 


York 


22 


28 


Swarthmore 


27 


27 


Delaware 


9 


50 


Glassboro 


21 


27 


Millersville 


10 


36 


Upsala 


46 


9 


Albright 


46 


12 


Baptist Bible 


36 


18 


W. Md. 


21 


27 


Eastern 


48 


12 


Scranton 


25 


21 


Susquehanna 


30 


27 


Ursinus 


15 


32 


Messiah 


45 


12 


Lycoming 


II 


33 


Del. Valley 





51 


Juniata 


31 


21 


Muhlenberg 


43 


9 


Scranton 


23 


24 






Wrestling 161 



1 



Swimming 




Front: Terri Cianci, Jackie Carson, Diane Miller, Elizabeth Goedeke, Dee Gladfelter. Co.-Capt. Sue Patton. 2nd 
Row: Julie Phillips. Darcy Coelln. Co-Capt. Carol Brecht, Diane Slater, Kim Novosat, Coach Suzette Desjardin. 
Rear: Erin Monihan, Robin Idler. Missing: Jennifer Lachnicht. 




162 Swimming 






Women 




Men 




EC 


OPP 


EC 


OPP 


Millersville 


69 


71 


— 


— 


Lycoming 


75 


25 


— 


— 


W. Maryland 


55 


45 


33 


60 


W. Chester 


44 


65 


23 


46 


Juniata 


72 


26 


29 


58 


King's 


— 


— 


32 


53 


Susquehanna 


49 


54 


33 


51 


Swarthmore 


— 


— 


II 


90 


York 


41 


70 


44 


61 


Lock Haven 


50 


58 


— 


— 


Ursinus 


50 


53 


30 


54 


Loyola 


51 


61 


35 


59 


Dickinson 


33 


66 


15 


82 


Widener 


48 


52 


47 


49 


Kutztown 


67 


45 


30 


78 




Swimming 163 



Women's Softball 



This season was the first under the direction of Coach 
Barbara Shenk. It proved to be a successful one too. With 
a record of 18-6 the Lady Jays made it to the MAC's 
where they lost a tough game to Scranton. Congratula- 
tions for a great season! 




Softball 


Game 1 


Game 2 


Western Maryland 


7-1 


11-2 


Shippensburg 


2-3 


1-21 


Juniata 


3-2 


2-4 


York 


6-0 


11-3 


F & M 


1-0 




Wilkes 


8-2 


1-0 


Lemoyne 
Susquehanna 


1-3 


5-1 


1-0 


6-0 


Messiah 


2-1 


5-4 


Albright 


Can. 




Scranton 


Can. 




Lebanon Valley 


3-1 


4-1 


Gettysburg 


Can. 




Dickinson 


3-1 




Millersville 


3-0 




Glassboro 


6-1 


1-8 


MAC'S: Scranton 


3-6 









II 




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164 





Row 1 1 Vanessa Johnson, Tammy McDonald, Susanne Hebbert. Kim Cahill. Kathy Crowley. Ellen Weber. Row 2-. Kelly Crimmins Row 3: Capt. Dana Marin Row 4: 
Allison Weiss. Kendra Deaven. Chris Keller. Lori Lobb. Row 5: Colleen Cochran Row 6: Jill Loshnowsky. Tory Weinhold. Sheri Adie. Capt. Melodee Dixon, 
Gabnelle Hull. Bonnie Bair. Row 7: Asst. Coach Skip Roderick. Coach Barbara Shenk. 



Softball 165 



Men's Baseball 












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Row I : Mike Gore. Bill Walsh. Captains Dan Morris and Steve Roberto. Scott McNaney, Mark Clark. Row 2: Wendell Paisley. Todd Wenger. 
Bill Chatterton. Jim Grossman. Rob Lim. Ken Snerr. Row 3: Asst. Coach Ned Smith. Will Nicholls. John Miller, Mike Abrams. Darrel Justh. 
Mike Murtha. Row 4: Coach Roger Hall. Mark Lanzone. Matt Aylward. Stat. Suzanne Morton. Missing: Jeff Price. Capt. Penny Fisher. Jim 
Biondolillo. Jeff Blevins, Stat. Lisa Willing. 




166 Baseball 




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Baseball 

Citadel 

Bethel 

Hobart 

Rochester Tech 

Lebanon Valley 

Belmont 

Columbia U 

Ursinus 

Juniata 

Phil. Textile 

York 

Muhlenberg 

F & M 

Alvernia 

Wilkes 

Millersville 

Albright 

Scranton 

Susquehanna 

West Chester 

Dickinson 

Messiah 



Game I 
4-21 

4-9 
11-2 

3-4 

4-0 

7-6 

4-8 

17-7 

3-15 

Can. 

0-9 

8-4 

7-11 

19-4 



Came 2 



5-16 
3-2 
9-10 






11-7 

2-3 
3-4 



2-0 


2-1 


11-13 




4-9 


7-6 


Can. 




4-5 


9-10 


1-7 




9-1 


10-5 


4-1 


2-3 





Baseball 167 



Men's Tennis 





Men's Tennis 


Etown 


Opp 


Shippensburg 


2 


7 




Ursinus 


6 


3 




Scranton 


7 


2 




Lycoming 


S 


1 




York 


9 







Albright 


7 


2 




Juniata 


5 


4 




Phila. Textile 


4 


5 




Susquehanna 


2 


7 




Gettysburg 


2 


7 




Millersville 






cancelled 


Wilkes 


9 







F $ M 






cancelled 


Dickinson 


2 


7 





Row I: Eric Patrick, Mike Bailey. Jeff Heinze. Dave McFalls, Todd Falk. 

Row 2: Capt. Dave Cressman, Dave Musell, Coach Robert Garrett, Rich Burns, Jim 

Helt. 




168 Men's Tennis 




Row I: Anna Maria Chiacchio, Kay Ashman, Brooke Blair, Missy McNeish. 
Row 2-. Betsy Bender. Jamie Smith, Beth Kreider. Lisa Bradley, Capt. Tracey 
Thomas, Lee VanHouten, Coach Bob Schott. 



Women's Tennis 


Etown 


P | 


g 


Lycoming 






cancelled 


York 


9 







Widener 


8 


1 




F 6 M 





9 




Millersville 


7 


2 




Juniata 


9 







Western Maryland 


9 







Susquehanna 


5 


4 




Johns Hopkins 


3 


6 




Dickinson 


2 


7 




Gettysburg 


6 


3 




Albright 


7 


2 




Muhlenberg 






cancelled 


Bucknell 






cancelled 




Women's Tennis 



Women's Tennis 169 



WA Y TO GO!!! 



As the many sports seasons progresses the list of honors 
bestowed on Elizabethtown athletes grew. Congratula- 
tions to them all. 




DAVE PARRY 

MAC's Swimming/diving 

NCAA All American — diving 








Doug Peters 
Mike Pratzner 

Scott Brown 



Regional All Americans Honorable Mention 



All Americans 
Dave Jones 1st team. Shannon Perry 2nd team, Doug Peters 3rd team 



170 Sports 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

MAC CHAMPS 

NCAA QUARTER FINALIST 



JANE MEYERS 

lOOOpt. club, GTE-COSIDA Academic All-Ameri- 
can Champion Player of the Year, MAC All-Star 
Team, Kodak All American 



Michell Swantner 
MAC All-Star 








WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 
MAC Finalists 








Sports 171 




172 Faces of Etown 




Faces of Etown 173 




IGMY< 



It is difficult to retain the knowledge 
one has acquired, without putting it in 
practice. 

Pliny the Younger 



174 




All experience is an arch to build upon. 

— Henry Adams 



Activities 



175 



Outdoor Club Row /.- Don Richard, Kim Patton, Jennie Lorenz, Lisa Carter. Susan Zweig. Row 2: John Wenger, 
Chris Wright, Kathy "Boot" Buchan, Lisa Dauenheimer. Chris Achenbach, Tracey Sinon, Rich Williamson, Sue 
Faatz. 




The Outdoor Club is run by its mem- 
bers. If a member has an idea then he/ 
she can go ahead and run the project. 
The Outdoor Club has a wide range of 
activities including hiking, camping, 
Whitewater rafting, skiing, rockclimb- 
ing, caving, canoeing and many more. 
There are many trips each month. 



Education Club Row /.- Wendy Cazort, Lisa Trenery, 
Ann Burnette. Tracy Bauer, V.P., Angela Chiffy. Sue 
Follert, Laura Youngcourt. Row 2-. Dorothy Schuda, 
Jane Fruggiero. Tricia Costa, Jen Fanella, Jenny 
Kline, Bev Reeves. Lynda Stone, Beth Hummel, Col- 
leen Cameron. Row 3: Lori Johnson. Kristin Schoen- 
herr. Pres.. Kristen Espenhorst, Claudette Evans, 
Gwenda Wagner, Lee Ann Church, Cindy Kluge. Liza 
Wagner, Robyn Zenger, Ruth Moyer. Sect.. Alice Ga- 
ble, Kim Staub. Missing: Judi Rossi, Michele 
Syzmkowiak, Robin Idler, Joyce Wendling. Angela 
Riggleman, Diane Hadley. Treas. 

Marketing Row I: Jean Mark. Julie McDermott. Susan 
Warnitsky. Mary Anne Van Arsdale. Okan Akcay. 
Row 2: Laurie Bell. Kevin Marvel, Stephanie Thomas, 
Sandy DeCarlo. Mike Lorelli. John McDonnell. Row 3: 
Holly Snyder. Cindy Wiley. Bonnie Youngblood. Deb- 
bie Walker. 




176 Clubs 



Psychology Club Row I: Bonnie Bair. Row 2: Eric 
Hansen, Deneen Focht. Aleli Almario. Mary 
Slazes. Row 3. Brian Cassel, Diane Jacoby. Kathy 
Storm. Lynn Bentszley, Wendy Kowtko, Donna 
Saunders. Kilty Martin. Kathy Gilman. Mike 
Cathcart. Terri Stickle. Row 4-. Amy Van Saun. 
Beth Martin. Len Eiserer. Missing: Sue Anderson, 
Deb Horwath. 




Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society Row I-. Cathy Saunders. Joe Albanese. Jackie Carson, 
Lori Myers. Row 2-. Diane Gingrich, Tina Abbott, Kathy Miller, Lee Ann vanHouten. Row 3: Joy Nave, Chuck 
Engle, Bill Bender, Rob Cramer, Dan Smith, Eric Albright, Bill Bubnis, Hamid Esbah, Dr. Charles Schaeffer, 
Karen Baltz. Missing: Jon Wenger, Jim Foresman. Laura Lawson. Lisa Acri. Sean Page. 




The Student Affiliates program pro- 
vides exposure to students through lec- 
tures, tours, and other activities occur- 
ring in the chemical industry. Our main 
activities include monthly sectional meet- 
ings, speakers, tours and the publishing of 
a bi-weekly club newsletter. Elizabeth- 
town's SAACS chapter has been recog- 
nized as an outstanding chapter for the 
last six years. 



Circle K Club Row /.Andy Gulati. Row 2: Lisa Carter. 
Darcy Coelln, Diane Miller, Faye Dunkle. Trish 
Wohlrab. Lisa Mohler. Row 3: Patti Grove. Kim Staub. 
Bonnie Westheaffer, Ann Melville, Kathy Lardear. 
Joe Banner. Tim McCormick. Paul Eyler. Cathy Bor- 
nemann, Janet Lamborn. 



The Circle K Club is a service organiza- 
tion which is sponsored by the Elizabeth- 
town Kiwanis. The Elizabethtown College 
chapter participates in events which are 
aimed toward service and fellowship on 
the college campus and surrounding com- 
munity. 



Clubs 177 



History Club Row /.• Jane Wilson. Jeff Boyle, Ron 
Orlando, Scott Metzel. 

Campus Forum serves as the cre- 
ative, representational and political 
voice of the campus. The club sponsors 
public forums where both campus and 
world concerns are discussed and de- 
bated. The club is responsible for the 
annual literary magazine. The purpose 
of the club is to nurture and heighten 
awareness, communication and cre- 
ativity. 



Campus Forum Row /. Jackie Munro, Jenny 
Christ. Elizabeth Hile. Douglas Campbell, Steve 
Aiena. Row 2: Andy Gulati. Jennifer B. Winters. 
Sally Garber. Susan Horst, Jaime Triplett, Michael 
Shogi. Row 3: Patti M. Hollinger. Jessica Stone, 
Keith J. Fox, Joe Banner. Robert A. Zachowski. 



The club is specifically formed to en- 
able students throughout the college 
community to understand other cul- 
tures. It brings a form of unity among 
the foreign students as well as the 
American students. We hopefully show 
to the rest of the college community 
that unity can exist among different 
cultures of the world. 



178 Clubs 




International Club Row It Diane Slater. Dee Markle. Beth Edwards. Lisa Carter. Gina Chesnek. Christine 
Heider, Joelle West. Patti Ludwig. Row 2: Jill Dahmer. Candace Austin, Scott Sweren, Treas.. Elizabeth 
Eastwood-Zeigler. Sec. Steven Williamson. Pres. Missing. Vincenzo Moraca. V. Pres.. Don Fitzkee. Doug 
Campbell. Michelle Smelts. Betsy Aubrecht. Heidi Kaufmann. Sharon Burger. Mindy Braithwaite. Joe 
Banner. Suzanne Morton. Kathy Charles. Toni Cribau. Teri Bubnis. 





Cheerleaders Row h Kendra Taylor. Bluejay. Row 2. 
Tina DeLo, Tracy Burke. Diane Dillon. Captain. Shar- 
on Walker, Janice Thunberg. Row 3-. Amy Hamer- 
shock, Bonnie Wieder. Captain. Julie McDermott. 
Christine Tinucci. Amy Gottleib. Missing: Chris Kel- 
ler, Pam Ginther. 



Jazz Band 1986 

The Music Educators National Confer- 
ence is an organization which provides 
opportunities for professional develop- 
ment in music education. Each year stu- 
dents participate in various on-campus 
activities and also attend the state con- 
vention. 



MENC Row I: Lynn Huxtable. Julie Ryan. Lynne Fred- 
erick. Lorianne Sitzabee. Stephanie Hagle. Karen 
Klingman, Margaret Lorenzen. Carolyn Boshart. 
Row 2-. Gina Mastro. Nancy Evans. Ann Alexander. 
Dawn Kinney, Stephanie Crone. Nanci Schroeck. Su- 
zanne Clark. Row 3: Barb Walters. Randi Baldwin. 
Sylvia Moot. Sarah Collier. Lori Whitacre. Dr. Doug- 
las. Pam Blake. Lisa Willits. Tim Sterner. Dawn 
Sprance. 

Clubs 179 



College Republicans Row /. Jim Campi. Row 2-. Patti- 
Jeanne Kramer, Cindy Carothers, Jenny Roland, So- 
nia Boss. Row 3: Felicia Sweeney, Gary Gallant, Mark 
Myers, Elizabeth Rhue, Robin Kilpatrick. 



The Pre-Health Professions Club is an 
organization for those students interest- 
ed in the health field. Speakers, movies, 
and trips are planned by the officers and 
members in order to gain some extra-cur- 
ricular experience in specific areas of in- 
terest. Students from any major are en- 
couraged to become a member of the ac- 
tive Pre-Health Professions Club. 



Newman Club is a Catholic student-run 
organization on campus. A Halloween par- 
ty for the community children, a canned 
food drive at Thanksgiving for the needy, 
retreats, activities with surrounding col- 
lege Newman Clubs, banquets, and the 
celebration of mass on campus for the 
community and college students are car- 
ried out each year. 




L. 1 




Pre-Health Professions Club Row /.■ Sharon Kipp, Treas.. Joy Nave. Pres.. Amy Karaffa. V. Pres.. Cathy 
Saunders. Sec. Row 2: Melissa Mosesso. Lisa Cianciulli. Patty Johnson. Tina Abbott. Kris Biagi. Michelle 
Mehtlan. Row 3-. Lee Ann Van Houten, Kathy Stadler, Susan Karaffa. Susan Zweig. Kathy Storm. Row 4: Jon 
Wenger. Kim Reigel. Missing: Doug Travor. Pat Kroninger. Deb Horwath. 




Newman Club Row /. Keith Gunn. Beth Edwards. Lisa Trenery. Ann Burnette. Danielle Lettiere. Row 2: Bill 
Miller. Pam Mehring. Beth Ann Barnish. Lisa SchultZ, Kathy Lardear. Father Isaac BorOCZ, CVS.B. 



180 Clubs 




Concepts of Hillel (COH) is a Jewish 
religious organization. Hillel stimulates re- 
ligious, educational, social, and cultural 
awareness on the campus and the commu- 
nity. Hillel is affiliated with the B'nai 
B'rith Hillel Foundation, American Israeli 
Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the 
Lancaster Jewish Community Center. An- 
nual events include a Passover seder, Ha- 
nukkah candle lighting and the desecra- 
tion of a sukkah in honor of the holiday of 
sukkoth. 



Concepts of Hillel Row /.■ Lisa Friedlander. Scott 
Sweren. Treas.. Jackie Luce. Row 2: Len Eiserer. Ad- 
visor, Shira Goldman. Pres. Missing-. Patti Kramer, 
Vice Pres.. Marci Lebowitz. Publicity. Devora Levish. 
Sec. Ross Sackler. Ya'el Flusberg. 




Volunteer Club Row /.Chris Hunsinger. Tina Strieker. Pres. Row 2-. Margaret Barisum.Mary Blazes, Rosie 
Altmann. Gwen Holstrom, Sec, Carla D'Agostino, Jody Reiner, Vice Pres. Row 3: Karen Cocklin. Amy 
Seifrit, Deanna Keeny, Marie Loughlin, Ann Burnette, Arlynn Polsky. Jackie Chovan. Mary Alhage. Missing: 
Colleen Simpson. Treas. 



The Volunteer Club is a group of stu- 
dents that benefit the community by the 
services not only for the elderly and men- 
tally retarded but also the physically dis- 
abled. The students accomplish this pur- 
pose by being dedicated, supportive and 
offering a helping hand while making new 
friends in the process. Be a volunteer, 
make someone smile. 




Sociology /Social Work Club Row /. Susan Sikes. Lau- 
rie Blankley.Kathryn Spare. Terri Cianci. Row 2-. Col- 
leen Simpson. Kim Hallgren. Lisa Schultz. Ponna 
Saunders. Sue Bacon. Jen Crist. 



The Sociology/Social Work Club pro- 
motes a greater awareness of social issues 
and social welfare programs. The mem- 
bers take part in holiday guest speakers, 
holding fund raisers, taking trips, and hav- 
ing banquets. 

Clubs 131 



The Forensics Club is devoted to 
preservation of and participation in 
competitive speaking events. Having 
hosted the Collegiate Forensics League 
Tournament this fall, the team plans to 
compete in the Pennsylvania Collegiate 
Energy Debates and weekend tourna- 
ments during the spring semester. 



Forensics Club Row /.• Ingrid Gaither, Peter Gial- 
loreto. Janet Streett. Row 2: Aaron Payson. Jackie 
Piret, Gina Bonullo, Karen Neidig, Dr. Jobie Riley. 
Missing-. Rick Guinan, Jerry McHale, Felicia 
Sweeney. Kyle Kessler. 

Occupational Therapy Club fosters 
unity and cooperation between O.T. 
students in a variety of social and edu- 
cational projects. The O.T. Club starts 
each year with a picnic by Lake Placida 
to welcome the freshmen and upper- 
classmen back. The club focuses on 
making O.T. public to the community 
and campus. In the spring, 'O.T. Goes 
Public' the display at Park City, also 
tries to inform the public. Other events 
include banquets in the spring and fall 
semesters, guest speakers, volunteer 
experiences, and participation in the 
annual state (POTA) and national stu- 
dent (ASCOTA) conferences. 



Accounting/Finance Club Row /.Rick McAllister. 
Vice Pres., Laura Fecile. Peggy Rieman. Sue 
Pretto. Diane Dillon. Pres.. Cindy Bowers. Sec, 
Carl LaMastra. Treas. Row 2: Tim Seifert. Tim 
Heck. Jane Booth. Kim Ryan. Mike Lorelli. Greg 
Vannucci. Andy Kroeck. Angela Metz. Natalie 
Birrel. Cindy Carothers. Row 3-. Connie Wehry. 
Dr. Trostle. Advisor, Tom Yeager, Tracy Craw- 
ford. Jill Bowser. Paul Eyler. Joan Weaver. 
Laura Kemak. Row 4-. Bob Little. John Cromer, 
tlyse Braxton. Dana Marin. Missing-. Karen Duf- 
fie. Pub. Relations. 



182 Clubs 




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Occupational Therapy Club Row /.- Kim Humphreys, Lynn Buchanan, Amy Fladmark, Juliann La Marra, 
Becky Engle. Chris Hunsinger, Susan Zweig, Suzanne Patton, Lisa Dauenheimer. Jodi Reiner, Patti Sali- 
mena, Marie Pantano, Sec, Kay Ann Heltzel, Sr. Co-Chair. Kneeling behind Row I: Carla D'Agostino. Karen 
Cocklin, Patty Coyle, Aimee Vanisko. Row 2: Beth Werner, Ellen Weber, Colleen Tolley. Beth Sutcliffe, 
Jackie Chovan, Donna Greitz, Kristin Biagi. Stephanie Norwinski, Angie Fogle, Kristie Patten, Cheryl 
Charles. Lisa Carter. Heather Conner, Chris Zielinski. Gwen Holstrom. Jr. Co-Chair, Kathy Stadler, Amy 
Seifert. Row 3: Rosie Altman, Chris Achenbach, Arlynn Polsky, Melissa Mossesso. Mary Alhage, Pam 
Koontz, Lisa Hoffman, Amy Karaffa. Judy Judd. Robin Bittenbender. Denise Stark. Treas.. Dawn Thomas. 





Alpha Mu Row /.• Debbie Phillips, Lynn Huxtable. Stephanie Nagle, Karen Klingman, Margaret 
Row 2: Dawn Kinney, Lori Sitzabee, Lynn Frederick, Julie Ryan, Carolyn Boshart, Nancy Schroei 



Lorenzen. 

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Sylvia Moot, Lori Whitacre. Treas., Ms. Grace Malcom, Adv., April Frusher, Pres.. Dawn Sprance. Sec. 
Missing: Cindy Sagolla, Vice-Pres., Lynda Swann, Kim Rubin. 



Alpha Mu is the Music Therapy Club 
of Elizabethtown College. The club tries 
to bring all those interested in music 
therapy together to encourage and 
share ideas about music therapy, to 
stimulate the collection, analysis, and 
discussion of information concerning 
music therapy, and to come to appreci- 
ate and know each other as unique indi- 
viduals. 




Brethren Student Fellowship is a 
group of students belonging to or inter- 
ested in the Church of the Brethren, 
whose purpose is to understand its 
Brethren heritage and deepen its 
Brethren identity. Members have the 
opportunity to participate in national 
conferences and district church activi- 
ties. Their main events include parties, 
guest speakers, campus-wide Bible 
study, a weekend at the Brethren 
World Peace Academy, and the annual 
Student/Young Adult Conference in In- 
diana. 



Brethren Student Fellowship Row h Dan Smith. 
Dale Forshey. Don Fitzkee.Patti Hollinger. Row 2: 
Lori Whitacre, Carolyn Boshart. Sharon Ulrich. 
Angie Fogle, Jackie Carson. Sue Spangler. Sue Ba- 
con. Row 3: Jon Wenger. Steve Hunt. Janet Lam- 
born. Delia Dibert. Kay Heltzel. Gwenda Wagner. 
Karen Kniss. 



Clubs 183 



The Men's Volleyball Club first start- 
ed with just a group of guys who played 
in tournaments on weekends. This year 
is the first year that the club obtained 
organizational status. The club is cur- 
rently in a college league playing 
against the following teams: Messiah, 
Juniata, Swarthmore, Haverford and 
Dickinson. 



Men's Volleyball Club Row I: Pete Lengel, Don 
Fitzkee. Bob Hedrick. Bill Bubnis. Row 2: Scott 
Brown. Larry Scheurich, Eric Hommas, Mike Mes- 
sina. Missing: Ed Jenkins. 

Sock 'n' Buskin is the campus drama 
club. It produced the musical "A Funny 
Thing Happened on the Way to the Fo- 
rum". Leading roles were played by 
Chris Baldrige, Tim Sterner, Pete Gial- 
loreto, Kendal Hullihen, Lisa Willitts, 
Aaron Payson, and Joe Fischer. The en- 
tire club is made of actors, dancers, 
stage crew, costumers, and make-up 
artists. 




Sock 'n' Buskin Row 1 1 Gina Mastro. Ingnd Gaither, Leslie Levison. Row 2-. Jody Riley. Joy Hinde. kristen 
Shuman, Chris Baldrige. Julie Podsiadlo. Becky Engle. Linda Brecht. Row 3: Judy Corona. Joe Fischer. 
Michelle Regn. Lisa Willitts, Nancy Cottrell, Pete Gialloreto. Row 4- Eric Reber. Aaron Payson. Fletcher 
McClellan. Joe Banner. Tim Sterner. 



184 Clubs 




Campus Fellowship (IVCF) is a group 
organized to help build others in their 
Christian faith, answer questions about 
God and the Deity of Christ, and pro- 
vide support for any member of the 
college community. 



Campus Fellowship Row I ■. Debbie, Sharon, Rosie. Marci, Jen, Beth, Karen. Shelly. Row 2: Margaret, Celeste, 
Tarn, Liz, Gwen. Sue, Sue. Peggy, Sharon. Row 3: Christine. Monica. Robin. Judy, Judy. Sue. Sharon. Kristin, 
Deb. Row 4: Amy. Ann. Angie. Ken. Jenny, Colleen. Amy. Joy. Janice, Bonna. Row 5: Tim, Dave. Kyle, Doug, 
Carolyn. Lisa, Amy, Andrea, Kay Ann, Scott. Row 6: Sir Polonus, Patty, Bob, Don. 




The Delphi Society is a collegiate honor 
society for juniors and seniors. The pur- 
pose of this society is to recognize men 
and women who have attained high stan- 
dards of scholarship, leadership and ser- 
vice at Elizabethtown College. This soci- 
ety also encourages the development of 
these qualities by inspiring others to 
strive for similar attainment and to bring 
together men and women from all phases 
of collegiate life. 



Delphi Society Row I: Rick McAllister. Karen Mac- 
Neel. Cindy Bowers. Jim Foresman. Row 2: Linda 
Brecht. Kay Ann Heltzel. Lisa Hoffman. Jackie Car- 
son. Hallie Harold. Lori Myers. Kristen Gusky. Dan 
Garner. Row i-. Cathy Saunders. Diane Gingrich. 
Connie Vfehry. Lisa Broadbent. Kathy Lardear. 



Clubs IS5 



Pep Band Standing: Professor Kitchen. Row I: 
Ann Alandar. Steven Geer. Eric Siler. Row 2: Ra- 
leigh Francis. Row 3-. Don Loser. Dawn Sprance. 
Kathleen Meade. Pam Blake. Angela Chiffy. Dan 
Estep. Scott Sweren. Row 4: Lorianne Sitzabee. 
Alan Dupes. David Myers. Eric Reber. Tim 
Sterner. Nancy Schroeck. Missing: Margaret Lor- 
enzen, Ross Sackler. 



Alpha Psi Omega-. Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 
Row I: Linda Brecht. Ingrid Gaither. Row 2: Lynn 
Wolf. Peter Gialloreto. Nancy Cottrell. 



The Choral Union, open to any stu- 
dent without an audition, usually has 
developed into a women's chorus that 
regularly performs in the annual Christ- 
mas and Spring Choral Concerts on 
campus. The goal of this ensemble is to 
experience in rehearsal and in perfor- 
mance a variety of appropriate sacred 
and secular choral literature. 




Choral Union Row I: Aimee Gentile. Amy Fladmark. Maria Fantini. Sarita Tevethia. Lori Johnson. Kristin 
Espenhorst. Tammy Keller. Julee Ryan. Christine Tinveci. Elizabeth Kessler. Deborah Phillip. Row 2: Joanne 
McDonald. April Frusher. Rosemane Altmann. Joanne Hinde. Amy Wierman. Michelle Jenotsk\ . Karen Faust. 
Robin Shamer. Colleen Simpson. Janice Fans. Patricia Grove. Lynne Frederick. Row 3: Rave Dunkle. Lois 
Mullen. Dawn Sprance. Sarah Collier. Betsy Parrish. Lisa Sporel. Jenny Roland. Lisa Vlohler. Deborah Schwartz. 
Missing: Mary Blazes. Dawn Kinney. Jenny Lorenz. accompanist David Myers. 



186 Clubs 




\Chorale Row /• Sue Bacon, Ann Alandar, Lisa Willitts, Sue L. Smith. Pam Blake, Sylvia Moot, Suzann Ward, Becky 
Engle, Dawn Sprance, Randi Baldwin. Chris Moyer. Row 2i Don Loser, John Snader. Dave Myers, Mike Benner, 
Tim Sterner. Aaron Payson. Row 1-. Jake Gerhard, Don Fitzkee. Greg Cooney. Dan Smith. Missing-. Claudine 
Crooks. 



The Chorale is a select chamber 
choir whose members are audi- 
tioned. It performs a variety of cho- 
ral music best suited to a smaller 
choral ensemble on several occa- 
sions each semester. Singers in this 
group are interested in developing 
their individual ensemble skills to a 
higher level. 




The Student Senate of 1985-1986 has had numerous accomplish- 
ments to its name. Its members have organized the fall orientation 
program, raised money for the American Cancer Society, coordi- 
nated Homecoming '85, managed a sale of used textbooks, and have 
investigated the long-term project of instituting an Honor Code at 
Elizabethtown. In addition, the Senate has addressed concerns of 
the library facility and has increased student input into academic 
affairs through the formation of the Student Academic Concerns 
Committee. Senators have also been involved at every level of the 
planning for Inauguration Week and have felt challenged by the 
administration of the new President, Dr. Gerhard Spiegler. It has 
truly been a year of change, a time of progress, and an opportunity 
to lay the groundwork for future student government associations. 



Senate Officers Row I: Lisa 
Hoffman. Jim Foresman, Hallie 
Harold, Kristin Gusky. Row 2: 
Patti Hollinger, Chris Baldrige. 



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The Student Team of Entertainers and Performers (S.T.E.P.) presented their sixth annual musical review with pride and 
expertise. February 14th and 15th set the dates for the successful performances of "School Daze" as over fifty students plunged 
into their long-awaited performing roles. The 29 musical numbers, including songs from Grease II, The Sound of Music, Fame, 
Oliver, The Music Man, and My Fair Lady captivated the audiences as the performers portrayed the many views of a student's 
life. 



S.T.E.P. 1986 Row I: Patti Groce, Nancy Schroeck, Ann Alandar, Karen Klingman, Dawn Kinney, Nancy Evans. Kathy Grant. Leigh Erancis. Kim Tebbs. Brian 
Hartman. Andy Kauffman, Ross Sackler, Steve Ward. Row 2: Heidi Hackenberger. Robin Bittenbender, Beth Demattia. Directors. Row 3: Susan Karaffa. Pam 
Kroninger, Jenny Klein, Cathy Saunders. Amy Karaffa. Rhonda Burke. Kathy Ricci, Lisa Ciancivilli, Laura McGovern, Monica Felix. Lisa Carter, Sue Smith. Jen Crist. 
MaryEllen Clark, Ann Burnette, Robin McNemar. Renee Adams, Amy Racz, Beth Hummel, Lisa Schultz. Tracy Crawford. Denise Desjardin, Faye Dunkle. Michelle 
Metlan, Lisa Mohler. Row 4: Joe Eischer, Lori Myers, Diane Dillon. Lisa Willing. Stephanie Crone, Betsy Aubrecht, Rosie Altman. Annette Davis, Jodi Eritz. Arlynn 
Polsky, Kris Rowland, Heather Crowley. Cathy Costellan, Debbie Jackson, Leslie Benner. Linda Lachenmayer, Deb Tregaskis. Michelle Eisher, Lynn Huxtable. Deb 
Phillip, Michelle Regn, Robin Benecker, Karen Nelson, Cindy Pichelman. 

The Elizabethtown Math Club pro- 
vides a central focal point for the ex- 
change and advancement of any math- 
ematical interest, as well as developing 
a more personal working relationship 
between students and faculty. 



Math Club Row 1 1 Stephen Gorsuch. Robin McNe- 
mar. Jennifer Lorenz. Karen Cannon. Row 1-. Da- 
vid Ellis. Pres.. Glenda Smith. Sec. Melodee Dix- 
on. Treas.. Tim Ferguson. Missing: Beth Demat 
tia. Vice Pres.. Neil Clark. Joan Korb. Joan Storm. 



188 Clubs 





The Activities Planning Board sponsors 
on-campus activities such as Bingo, Com- 
edy Concerts, "Tripping", dances, theme 
weekends, and movies. It also provides 
services such as technical assistance and 
publicity for campus activities. 



Activities Planning Board Row I: Chris Finley, Sec- 
Karen MacNell. Vice Pres.. Cindy Bowers, Treas. 
Connie Rodgers. Publicity. Jay Masters. Dance 
Chairman. Row 2i Dave Germann, Pres.. Eric Miller, 
Tech. Chairman, Kris Biagi, Theme Weekends Chair- 
man. Andrea Cockburn. Special Events Chairman. 
Jeff Boyle. Movie Chairman. 




Concert Choir Row I : Stephanie Nagle, Carolyn Boshart, Angie Fogle. Lynn Huxtable. Ken Myers. Tina Strieker, Delia Dibert. Sue Bacon. Lynn Buchanan. Prof. Harry 
Simmers. Director. Claudine Crooks. Accompanist. Row 2: Kathy Grant. Kim Miller, Eileen Mclntyre. Steve Geer. Greg Cooney. Eric Siler. Leslie Levison. Deanna 
Keeny. Jennifer Winters. Row 3: Lynda Swan. April Frusher. Jackie Carson, Dave Myers, Mary Myers. Dan Smith. Tim Sterner, ^my Hammershock. Chris Moyer. 
Row 4: Lisa Willitts, Lori Whitacre. DeeDee Jacoby, Don Fitzkee, Dale Forshey, Karen Kaechele, Sylvia Moot, Suzann Ward. Missing: Ann Alandar. Paul Hockenbury. 
Hockenbury. 



Clubs 189 



The Society for Collegiate Journalists is 
an honor society for students who have 
participated in various campus media ac- 
tivities. The club has various speakers on 
the communications field during the year. 



Society for Collegiate Journalists (S.C.J.) Row I : Bet- 
sy Bender. Melinda Rider. Mary Jean Barnes, Linda 
Brecht. Row 2: Judy Corona. Joanne Reeser, Kim 
Lease. David Parry. 

Computer Science Club Row h Mr. Zugarek, Sharon 
Burger, Lia Jackson, Tina Chorba, Rosemary Nissley. 
Vice Pres.. Kristin Gusky, Secretary, Eric Miller, 
President, Jill Abood. Treasurer, Dorothy Hight, Pam 
Whittle. Row 2-. Tom Griffith, Pam Kroninger, Joan 
Everett. Row 3: Michelle Regn, Allison Weiss. Ray 
Brosius. 



Freshmen Alpha Lambda Delta (Frehmen Honor Soci- 
ety) Row I: Pam Mallow. Lori Rankin. Row 2-. Laura 
Lawson, Carla D'Agostino, Vice Pres., Rosie Altmann, 
Jeanette Hure. Margaret Brooks. Laura Posey, Jim 
Mirando. Row 1-. Becky Hagenston. Lynn Huxtable. 
Lynne Frederick. Debbie Tregaskis, President. Chris 
Hunsinger. Christine Heider. Beth Simmons, Mi- 
chelle Mehtlan. Row 4: Keith Zebrowski. Steve Gor- 
such. Secretary. Jim Grossman. Jeff Blevins, Trea- 
surer, Deb Ellis, Harriet Wixson. Historian. Kathy 
Jobes. Julie Ryan. 









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190 Clubs 



Class Officers 



Sophomore Class Officers Nick Vanderwerff, Eliza- 
beth Makovitch, Stephanie Malloy, Mike Lorelli. 




Junior Class Officers Heather Gourlie. Elyse Braxton, Jackie Piret. Freshmen Class Officers Michelle Seiler. Jim Mirando. Gary Gallant. Mclly Seerey. 



Clubs 191 



The Alcohol Awareness Club is involved in 
promoting the responsible use of alcohol on 
the campus. 



Alcohol Awareness Club Laurie Mertikas, Ruth Moyer. 
Lisa Hoffman. 

The Modern Language Club is a club that 
sponsors activities that promote the aware- 
ness of foreign languages and foreign cul- 
tures in a social atmosphere. 




Women in Communicalions. Inc. Joanne Reeser. Betsy Bender. Lynn Hechmer. Linda Brecht. Kim Lease. 



192 Clubs 




Scuba Club: Row It Julie Bonn, Dave 
Youngblood. Row 2-. Eric Reber, Tom 
Richard. 



Richard, Bonnie 
Edgley, Donald 



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Alpha Lambda Delta: Row I: Sue Bacon. Lynne Singer, Vice President, Judy Lingrell, Candy Waltz. Row 2-. Lori Whitacre, Debbie Waltermire. Janice Vick, 
Treasurer, Laura Bear. Secretary. Beth Hummel. President. Row 3: Betsy Aubrecht. Arlynn Polsky, Angie Metz, Bob Little, Jim Jones 




Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society). Row I: Amy Van 
Saun. Brian Cassel. Len Eiserer. Row 2: Kathy Storm. 
Lynn Bentzley. 

Clubs 193 



Commuter Council Row ii Jean Mark, 
Randy Garner. Sharon Tushup, Mike 
Hahn. Row 2-. Hope Gesell, Dan Garner, 
Craig Rowe, Connie Barbin. Row 3: 
Dave Newcomer, Chuck Reutter, Jeff 
Bair. 



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Amy Benner and J. Brian Cassel, Co-Editors-in-chief 

Missing: Steve Williamson — Circulation, Carl LaMastra — Business, Cindy Daub 

— Advertising, John O'Brien — Photo. 





Lisa Arestah — Copy. John f-unston Layout. Annette Davis News. Mike 
Lorelli — Advertising. 



J. Scott Davies — News. Mary Jean Barnes — Opinions. Jennifer Lach 
nicht — Photo. Jack Schlottman — Sports. Tina DeLo — Features. 



194 Activities 




Conestogan 

The Conestogan staff is made up of volunteers that perform 
the tasks of writing copy, designing page layouts, organizing 
photo sessions, and typing the year book. As editor, I would 
like to thank all those who devoted their time and spirit to the 
1986 Conestogan. A special thanks goes to Steve "Franko" 
Francomano for designing the cover of this year's Conesto- 
gan. — Kathy Stadler 




The Conestogan Row I: Robin Bittenbender. Beth Strang. Amy Primus. Row 2: 
Lynn Buchanan, Jen Corchiolo, Patty Coyle. Row i-. Tim Wallis, Bridget Rommal. 
Row 4: Maria Brodnick. Kathy Stadler. Missing: Kathy Storm, Annette Davis. Kim 
Reigel, Cindy Kluge. 




Biology Club Row I: Mi- 
chelle Fisher. Lee Ann Van- 
Houten. Debbie Jackson. 
Jackie Carson. Cathy 
Saunders. Patti Johnson. 
Rich Williamson. Row 2: Dr. 
Polanowski. Tom Edgley, 
Dave Richard. Charlie 
Crumley. Dave German. 
Dan Stovell. 



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nonsense scorning. Nothing shall come 

amiss. And we won't go home till morning. 

— John B. Buckstone 



196 




Nothing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm! 

— Emerson 



Special 
Events 



197 



August 31, 1985 marked a significant 
change in the life of this years freshmen. 
This was the day of their arrival at E-town 
College. After some tearful good-byes to 
family and friends the students quickly 
became a part of college life with the 
many scheduled events that made the 
time pass oh-so-quickly. During the first 
day, after attempting to become some- 
what "settled" in their new homes, the 
students met in small groups headed by 
upperclassmen counselors. These peer 
sessions helped in making new friends 
and in learning some of the "secrets" to 
college living. 

Some of the more memorable and en- 
joyable events of the Orientation Week- 
end were the Induction Ceremony at the 
Church of the Brethren, the progressive 
hike, an E-town tradition, the Allstar Tal- 
ent Review/Pizza Party, an outdoor mov- 
ie, "new game activities" at Lake Placida, 
and of course the All-College Dance. 

This weekend, although a time of emo- 
tional adjustment, provided fun-filled 
days of activity that freshmen can look 
back on with a smile in years to come. 



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Parents' Weekend 




On Saturday morning. September 28, many 
students could be seen rushing around, 
cleaning their rooms to make a good impres- 
sion on . . . you guessed it . . . Mom and Dad. 
Parents' Weekend was an exciting time for 
some who hadn't seen their parents for more 
than four weeks and none too soon for those 
awaiting extra money and food. Parents 
spent the day attending lectures, roaming 
the campus, and eating brunch in the cafete- 
ria. Some students were even treated to a 
day of shopping or a special dinner out. The 
time to say good-bye came and relieved par- 
ents, seeing that their child was still alive. 
departed as students sighed knowing that 
they didn't have to clean their rooms again, 
or at least, not until the next visit. 



200 





Parents' Weekend XX 



Days Gone By Homecoming 1985 



October 12, 1985 was not a typical Satur- 
day morning. Alumni and families came 
pouring into E-town to reminisce about 
"Days Gone By" and join present students 
in the Homecoming celebration. 

Midway kicked off the fun with over 35 
booths of crafts and food. Blue and white 
balloons dotted the campus, people 
laughed as their friends got hit with 
whipped cream pies, carnations were 
bought for loved ones, boxer shorts were 
selling fast, and everyone was eating goo- 
dies. Other activities included Depart- 
ment luncheons which reunited more 
alumni and guest speaker, Edwin Newman, 
who spoke to the crowd. The fans cheered 
on the Jays to a 4-1 victory over Trenton. 
During half-time, Sue Smith was crowned 
Homecoming Queen followed by Danny 
Stovell to be crowned E-town's first 
Homecoming KING at the dance. The 
highlight of the evening was a special din- 
ner in the decorated gym where everyone 
was filled with good food and surrounded 
by friends. 





202 Homecoming 




Homecoming 203 




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Homecoming 205 




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Homecoming 207 




Halloween Weekend 



The Halloween Weekend, sponsored by A.P.B., was a big success. People dressed 
in anything imaginable, roamed the campus. A hall decorating contest and scare- 
crow making were also part of the extravaganza. For a spooktacular time, one could 
tour the Haunted House located in Founders on Friday and dance away the night at 
the Costume Ball on Saturday. During the dance, fellow students participated in a lip 
sync contest. Saturday also saw many underprivileged children from the Harrisburg 
area frolicking with their Big Brothers and Big Sisters. 









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"Harvey 



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Elizabethtown College Theater began 
its 1985-86 season with the enjoyable pro- 
duction of "Harvey" a story about a large 
white rabbit that can only be seen by the 
somewhat eccentric Elwood P. Dowd. El- 
wood's continual references to Harvey, 
the oversized rabbit, became a great con- 
cern to the Dowd family's reputation. 
Eventually this concern leads both Elwood 
and Harvey to a psychiatric center known 
as Chumley's Rest for "help". This results 
in a number of comical situations and a 
most intriguing play. 

The play also marked Steven E. Shelley's 
100th theatrical production as Managing/ 
Technical Director. 





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Harvey 211 



Christmas at Etown 



Christmas at Etown was full of spirit. There was a hall decorating contest, 
parties, mistletoe, and a special dinner. The dinner was enjoyed by all — 
even Santa who found time in his busy schedule to stop by for a visit. 




212 Christmas at ttown 




Dance Marathon 213 



S.T.E.P. Presents: 



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On February 14 and 15. the 1985-86 Stu- 
dent Team of Entertainers and Perform- 
ers (S.T.E.P.) presented its sixth annual 
musical revue entitled "School Daze". Di- 
rectors, Robin Bittenbender and Beth De- 
Mattia, led a cast of over 50 members in a 
dazzling show incorporating song, dance, 
and acting. The 29 numbers epitomized 
school life in both the past and present, 
and included such things as Happy Days, 
Vacation, It's My Party, Mr. Touchdown, I 
Could Have Danced All Night, and We're 
Not Gonna Take It. Special dance numbers 
were Wake Me Up, Hot Lunch, and Let's 
Get Physical. I'd Like to Teach the World 
to Sing was performed in sign language. 
Soloists Lisa Willits, Rosie Altmann, and 
Annette Davis along with the duet of Lynn 
Huxtable and Deb Phillips also performed. 
Special contributions were made by cho- 
reography-director Heidi Hackenberger 
and music director Karen Klingman. 





S.T.E.P. 215 



Theme Weekends 



Throughout the semesters each dorm takes 
its turn at sponsoring the weekend activi- 
ties. Some of the themes chosen this year 
were Mardi Gras, 50's weekend, the annual 
Myer Snowball dance and a "cruise" around 
the world with Founders. 




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Theme Weekends 217 



Other Special Events 




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Special Events 219 



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Big Sister Day, Balloon rides. Fun Run, Mighty Mud Mania, and a Special Dinner in the gym 



Space Mates 




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Big Brother/Big Sister Day 




Balloon Rides 



TGIS 221 



Fun Run 




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226 



Lynn H., 

Thanks for all the good times! Here's to 
"Vice" nights, "rules" and our duetsl 
"They say the neon lights are bright ..." 
Good luck in the coming yearsl 

Luv, 

Vivi 

Mix master Chrisll 
Good luck Susanll 

CHERRIES!! 

WALKS BY THE 

LAKE! 

Pennine. Andrea, and Bev, 

Thanks for the great memories and the 

fun times!! 

Love, 

Lynda 
Good Luck — Cindy. Joyce, Michele, Joan 

/ LOVE YOU 
KAREN — MLP 

Hey Myer l-East See you all in the fall. 
Good luck Wen % Bonll But the question is, 
Mar . . . 
Love from Maryland 

TO 

EXPERIENCES 

U, AND 3 

LOVE 

J,B,K 

Judy — Bake is not spelled "B-R-O-l-L" 

Joe — Always promise, never stopl ILYI 
CLA 

To all the Hedricks: I love youl Chris 

T-lighten upl — C 
Best wishes Duanel 
Love Colleen 

JOEY — YOU'RE 

GREA T! I 

LOVE YOU! 

BRIDGET 



Pam Blake — Thanks for being a great 
roomie and for helping me out so muchl 

Good Luckl 

Love ya. Barb 



Kath — Good luckll We'll miss you lots. 

Cool name, B3 — Magnum 
C-3 The Barracudas! 
Hi Leeevill — MeQ. 
Yo Smegsl — Chill outl 

YOO TED, 

WHAT'S UP? 

YOU'RE A GOOD 

FRIEND, KEEP 

SMILING! 
LOVE, BOOTY 

SKI TO DIE!!! 



PJ: Thanks for 4 great years. I could have 
not have asked for a better roomiel PK 

The roof is on firell 



WE LOVE YOU 

STEVE & KEITH 

LOVE C&K 



Green Gables is the place to be. COOP 
living is the life for mell Thanks for the 
memories. RB 

To: Rob, Troy. Longhead — Thanks for a 
great Senior yearl I'll miss yalll 
— MLP 

Please keep your campus clean, curb your 
dorklll 

Hey pervertl — still thinking of youlll 



D-2 — THE BEST 

HALL 
THE BEST 

FRIENDS 

I LOVE YOU — 

JOYCE 

Dear Duane. 

I just wanted you to know that you are 

very special to me. I love you Michelle 

CHERISH THE 
LOVE 



Myer Staff: You're the best. I'm going to 
miss youl Love, Bontie 

The Rose Garden ... 12 inch disc . . . Dud 
ley and Teddy too . . . Togal Toga! Toga! 
... a heart for Lynn . . . The Hill . . . Com- 
munications vs. Comp. Sci . . . the Gym . . . 
Thanks to Mom. Dad. and the Big Guy . . . 
memories, friendships, relationships . . . 
I'll miss you all. Love, Bill 

TO INORTH: IT 
DOESN'T GET 
ANY BETTER 
THAN THISUR& 
LAR 



Susan: Thanks r being by BF-94 is forever! I 
love ya kiddo Beth 

T-So eight wasn't enough-T What and/or 
who is a Fazig?! T-Trip over any photo 
albums??- T 



HI! I'M BROKE! 



Tracey, AnnMarie, Kendra, Lisa, Laura, 
Tory. Thanks Guys! Love Ya! Bridget 

Jen: Remember Cancun Love, Pam 



Schlosser 2-EasU 
Thanx for the 
memories! Vivi 

Meet me on Ober's Hill! UR #11 Lelee 
Ahh-Denise life is great! Thanks! Mad 

WE WON!! LSK 

R-You're super! Glue 

Hip — Listen to borderline!! Ahhhl 

REEMA — WE 
LOVE YOU! AL- 
WA YS, M$J 



CF Exec-Founders A2 and Founders staff 
I'll miss you Love Andrea 

Pam % Betsy. Thanks for always being 
there! Luv ya lots! Jen 



. 



DRW — You're speciall 
Love, KSC 

Kisstine, Sal, AM, Tweel. and Bean, it's 
been funl 
Kath 



MOM $ DAD 

THANKS FOR 
GIVING ME 

THE CHANCE 
TO GROW. ILL 
ALWAYS LOVE 

YOU! PAM K 



Michele, 

Thanks for being the greatest friend and 

roommate ever. You really made life more 

bearable for me. I hope next year is even 

better 

Always love, 
Joan 

Debbie, 

Thanks for always being there. Love ya 
always! 
Whiffle 



JKJesk, 

Thanks for all your support and love. 
Gucci 
Girl 

To my "sons". Thanks for an awesome 
season! Never forget all of the fun we had 
on those bus trips . . . McDonald's — I'm 
first in line and of course 5 shots and 6 
savesl 

Love, 

"Mom" 



LADY JAYS, YOU 
DID IT MAC 
CHAMPS!!! WE 
ARE ALL PROUD 
OF YOU! R. $ 
MA. KILLIAN 

l-S You are the best Friends Love — Deb-I 



To my friend Pebbles: 

Are you still a bachelor? Lisa M. 



My Dear Sam, 
I Love You! 
Colleen 

Pam, uh . . . Pam . . . Pam you're beautifullll 
And I Luv You — BJA 

3-North and the Royer RA's: Thanks for 2 
great yearsl Gerry 

Ted, Don't eat 
your gown! Love, 
Booty and Peon 

A-ISP'S — Carry onl We had our funl JK 

Definition — Expanding your horizons by 
meeting a variety of people (playing the 
field) 

YAHTZEEH 



Mom and Dad: Thanks for all your support. 
Love you Bonnie 

Best of luck to all Jim J. 



Joyce — Live it 
up next year. 
Miss you Andrea 



Boyfriend, Thanks for a great two yearsl!! 
I love you lots!!! Swiss P.S. this year no- 
body will know who you are. 

Mom and Grandma — What a "pear"l! 

GLEN — HUSH! 



Good luck Tracy! TC 

Pam, we made it! Long live the grunts!! 
We're beautiful! J 



DOCTOR LOVE! 



K: 1-39-84 was my lucky dayll lly. G. 

Denise. Diane. 6 Kim. Can we just tell you 
that we will miss you a little bit to much? 
WORD UP! (whatever that means) Love, 
the New Dynamic Duo 



'KISSTINE!'' 



Bets: Thanks for being there! You're beau- 
tiful! Love, Pam 



To my family — thank you for your sup- 
port. To Lynda. Cheekie, and Cindy — you 
are special! To Keith — We made it, Bud- 
dyl 



TIPPY INVADES 
MUSSER 

PJ I'll miss you — CD 

Shelly, Lynda, and Dennine — It was 

a great 4 years. Miss you Andrea. 

PETER % CHRIS, 

I love your mother's brastraps! 
Thanks for being so terrific! 
Much Love. Shady Sadie 

BIG BLUEBALL & 
POOKABUCKET, 

Thanks so much for the great times at 
#38! It will never smell so good again! 
Love ya muchly H" 

Jenny.We will miss you dearly K-MART 

LC % KP Friends? CD 

Thanks LP, CS. JF, KP, LS, KL 6 MFB For 
making my 4 yrs. speciall! Luv, Tricia 

Well Robyn we made it — would I lie to 
youl Tricia 

Founders Staff — What a Team! Love 
Joyce 

Andrea — for everything — I love you 
Joyce 

Dennine § Joanne — I love you! Joyce 

Lyn — Baby, lly! Joyce 

Pam. Jen. Joan, Patty — Good luck! U R 
The best! Miss Ul — Betsy 

J 6 P — You heiferslll Happy Grazing! All 
my best 2 U! Luv, Ba 

PLENTY OF ROOM IN THE FRONT CAFE. 
JIM AND CARL 

L 6 B, 

CAN YOU IMAGINE. 
LOVE. CARL 

becky, 
(CHOW) CIAO BELLA. 
LOVE. CARL 



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Mrs. Barbara Acri 

Mr. Ronald J. Acri 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Andrews 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Astle 

Margaret M. Balaban 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baran, Sr. 

LaVern and Zenta Benner 

Mr. and Mrs. Lino C. Bernardi 

James and Patricia Biondolillo 

The Brysons 

Mr. and Mrs. William Burch 

Mr. and Mrs. Win. Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. James Campi 

Charles and Ethel Carothers 

Mr. and Mrs. William Chatterton 

Linda Crimmins 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dameron 

Vincent and Betty DePinto 

Jeanne M. Dick 

David L. and Lila M. Domblesky 

Mr. and Mrs. Clement F. Ellis 

David P. Ellis 

Debra S. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fanella 

Edward J. and Margaret L. Fasching 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fouchet 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Francomano 

Stephen R. Francomano 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gallant, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Gerber 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gingrich 

Mr. James R. Ginther 

Mrs. Ann E. Ginther 

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Greitz 

Peggy L. Groff 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Grossman, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hagenston 

Karl and Lynda Hallgren 

Edwin and Eleanor Hansen 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Haughton 

John and Victoria Heider 

Florence F. Might 

Charles T. Hight 

Richard W. and Helen S. Hollinger 

Carl and Joan Humphreys 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Jarrett 

Joe and Mary Ellen Jefferson 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Jenkins II 

James T. and Yuki Kealy 

Mr. John Kemak 

Mrs. John Kemak 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Kern 

Mrs. Laura Kern 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Hommer 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Kinloch 

Lee and Dan Kwapinski 

David and Janet Lingrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little 

Mr. Robert L. MacDonald 

Mrs. Robert L. MacDonald 

James L. and Wilda V. Mallow 

Donald and Marge Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. David N. McCormick 

Lorraine McDonald 



James McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. McFadden 

Linnea and Tom McFadden 

Dean McFadden and sister Cori-Erin 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McGonigle 

Helen M. McNemar 

Ralph Melville 

Richard H. Monroe 

Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby F. Nicolls. Jr. 

The Paganellis 

Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Ron Philipp 

The Reuter Family 

Elizabeth Rhue 

Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. James Rittenhouse 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rodebaugh 

Oreste L. Rogora 

Jeff and Bev Roller 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Rose 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rubel, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Sadler 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sandford 

Jerry and Kay Saunders 

Schoenherr Family 

Margaret Schulz 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smeltz 

Mrs. Helen Sleva 

Mary Ellen and Byron Stahl 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stover 

Mrs. Barbara Swantner 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Szymkowiak 

Gene Szymkowiak, Jr. 

Patricia and Robert Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Tebbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Tittiger 

Mary R. Tobash 

Christopher R. Tobash 

J. Robert Tobash 

Paul Toomey 

Kendra Deaven 

Marian Toomey 

Mrs. Shirley H. Townsend 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Tregaskis 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenery 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Walters 

Jennifer L. Walters 

Ms. Faye Weaver 

Henry J. Weber 

Jay I. Wenger 

George Werner 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. West 

Gerry Wixson 

Geni Wixson 

Fred Wixson 

Bobby Wixson 

Margaret Ann Vana 

Thomas A. Vana. Sr. 

led R. Vana 

Todd B. Vana 

Michele Ann Vana 

Thomas Vana, Jr. 

Cathy A. Vana 

Diane McCloskey 

Ronald Young 

F. D. Zimmerman III 



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982 Bellaire Road 
Elizabethtown, PA 

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MOUNT JOY ELIZABETHTOWN 

5 South Barbara St. 35 W. High St. 

653-2379 367-4665 

• Professional Dry Cleaning 
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Eliiobethtown, PA 17022 Churchtown, PA 17510 
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your money. Stop by and get acquaint- 
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55 N. Market St. 

Elizabethtown, PA 17022 

Phone: 367-1581 






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39 S. Market St. 

Elizabethtown, PA 17022 

Phone: 367-2211 



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135 N. Market St. 900 S. Market St. 

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Elizabethtown, PA 17022 

367-5476 

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Bernie Harrison 

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